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December 14, 1989 | Reuters
Two rifle grenades hit a U.S. Embassy housing complex today, damaging property but causing no injuries, the embassy said. A spokesman said the grenades were fired by unidentified men at noon and struck the seafront housing and recreational complex. The attack occurred a week after President Corazon Aquino, with U.S. support, quelled the sixth and bloodiest coup attempt against her.
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September 3, 1998 | From Times Wire Services
The U.S. Embassy in Kuwait said Wednesday that an attack was possibly being planned against it, and a note found on a plane warned of a bomb attack on the U.S. mission in the Philippines. In Yemen, a Coca-Cola factory received a warning to shut down before it gets bombed by militants, factory officials said Wednesday. Washington has closed some of its diplomatic missions worldwide and increased security at others since the Aug. 7 bombings of the U.S.
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September 3, 1998 | From Times Wire Services
The U.S. Embassy in Kuwait said Wednesday that an attack was possibly being planned against it, and a note found on a plane warned of a bomb attack on the U.S. mission in the Philippines. In Yemen, a Coca-Cola factory received a warning to shut down before it gets bombed by militants, factory officials said Wednesday. Washington has closed some of its diplomatic missions worldwide and increased security at others since the Aug. 7 bombings of the U.S.
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December 14, 1989 | Reuters
Two rifle grenades hit a U.S. Embassy housing complex today, damaging property but causing no injuries, the embassy said. A spokesman said the grenades were fired by unidentified men at noon and struck the seafront housing and recreational complex. The attack occurred a week after President Corazon Aquino, with U.S. support, quelled the sixth and bloodiest coup attempt against her.
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April 9, 1988 | Associated Press
Riot police used clubs and jets of water to stop a protest outside the U.S. Embassy compound Friday by about 3,000 people demanding an end to American military bases in the Philippines. Officers attacked when some demonstrators broke away from the main group and dashed for the heavily guarded embassy. Some people in the crowd threw stones at police.
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April 9, 1988 | Associated Press
Riot police used clubs and jets of water to stop a protest outside the U.S. Embassy compound Friday by about 3,000 people demanding an end to American military bases in the Philippines. Officers attacked when some demonstrators broke away from the main group and dashed for the heavily guarded embassy. Some people in the crowd threw stones at police.
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