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April 20, 1988
Six people, including two Americans, were wounded when a fragmentation grenade blew up outside the U.S.-Costa Rican Cultural Center in San Jose, Costa Rican authorities said. Red Cross officials identified the Americans as Alice Feister, a professor at the center who is from the Washington, D.C., area, and Shelly Bartain, a student from Chico, Calif. Feister, who was seriously wounded, was reported in fair condition while Bartain was listed in good condition, officials said. U.S.
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April 20, 1988
Six people, including two Americans, were wounded when a fragmentation grenade blew up outside the U.S.-Costa Rican Cultural Center in San Jose, Costa Rican authorities said. Red Cross officials identified the Americans as Alice Feister, a professor at the center who is from the Washington, D.C., area, and Shelly Bartain, a student from Chico, Calif. Feister, who was seriously wounded, was reported in fair condition while Bartain was listed in good condition, officials said. U.S.
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