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March 15, 1989 | BRUCE KEPPEL
According to Food and Drug Administration officials, the case of the tampered grapes from Chile--two berries among 335,976 cases of red seedless grapes that reached the United States last weekend, began at the end of last month. A chronology: Feb. 27--The refrigerated freighter Almeria Star, loaded with Chilean grapes and other fruits, steams toward the Port of Philadelphia. March 2--The U.S.
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August 7, 1993 | WILLIAM R. LONG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Chilean television report was titled "The FBI in Action," and it started with some hard-hitting footage of Kevin Costner and Sean Connery in the movie "The Untouchables." But the main focus of the TV report was the intense Chilean debate over plans to create an FBI office in the U.S. Embassy here. The plan has brought protests from both the right and left, based on fears that the FBI may violate Chile's sovereignty by conducting investigations, operations or arrests in this country.
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August 7, 1993 | WILLIAM R. LONG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Chilean television report was titled "The FBI in Action," and it started with some hard-hitting footage of Kevin Costner and Sean Connery in the movie "The Untouchables." But the main focus of the TV report was the intense Chilean debate over plans to create an FBI office in the U.S. Embassy here. The plan has brought protests from both the right and left, based on fears that the FBI may violate Chile's sovereignty by conducting investigations, operations or arrests in this country.
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November 18, 1990 | From United Press International
A bomb hidden inside a baseball bat exploded Saturday during a game between a university team and the Chilean-American Chamber of Commerce, killing a Canadian businessman and wounding a U.S. Embassy employee, police said. The aluminum bat filled with explosives blew up during the game at Santiago's National Stadium, killing Canadian businessman James Thomas Johnson, police sources said. Thomas, 36, who had arrived recently in Chile, worked for a seafood export company, the sources said.
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November 18, 1990 | From United Press International
A bomb hidden inside a baseball bat exploded Saturday during a game between a university team and the Chilean-American Chamber of Commerce, killing a Canadian businessman and wounding a U.S. Embassy employee, police said. The aluminum bat filled with explosives blew up during the game at Santiago's National Stadium, killing Canadian businessman James Thomas Johnson, police sources said. Thomas, 36, who had arrived recently in Chile, worked for a seafood export company, the sources said.
BUSINESS
March 15, 1989 | BRUCE KEPPEL
According to Food and Drug Administration officials, the case of the tampered grapes from Chile--two berries among 335,976 cases of red seedless grapes that reached the United States last weekend, began at the end of last month. A chronology: Feb. 27--The refrigerated freighter Almeria Star, loaded with Chilean grapes and other fruits, steams toward the Port of Philadelphia. March 2--The U.S.
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