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Biotech bombs point to animal group

Two small bombs went off outside one of the nation’s largestbiotech companies Thursday, an attack thought to be the work of animal rights activists who have become increasingly aggressive in recent months. FBI agents joined the investigation in a case of domestic terrorism that follows attacks on Hummer SUV dealers and a San Diego development that caused $50 million in damage. THE EXPLOSIVES went off outside buildings at Chiron headquarters in Emeryville, Calif. No injuries were reported in the early morning blasts, which blew out windows and caused other minor damage. Two city streets were largely shut down amid the ongoing police and FBI investigation, and the company’s 2,000 employees slowly returned to work. Full Story

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