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Car bomb outside U.S. Embassy in Peru kills 9

Only days ahead of a visit to Peru by U.S. President Bush, a car bomb exploded late Wednesday in a shopping center parking lot near the U.S. Embassy in Lima, killing at least nine people — including two embassy security guards — and injuring at least 25 others, according to government and law enforcement officials. Peruvian Vice President Raul Diez Canseco said the government condemns and rejects criminals acts of terrorism and will make every effort to find those responsible for the bombing. Full Story

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