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Bomb Kills Paris Policeman, Wounds 2
[Southland Edition]
Los Angeles Times (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Author: Meisler, Stanley
Date: Sep 15, 1986
Start Page: 5
Section: 1; Foreign Desk
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A bomb exploded and killed one policeman and seriously injured two others in a terrorist attack on a busy Champs Elysees restaurant in Paris on Sunday, shortly before Premier Jacques Chirac announced the dispatch of French soldiers to the country's borders and a series of other anti-terrorism measures that will make it more difficult for foreign visitors to enter France.

Although two different organizations have taken responsibility for the Paris bombings-which began earlier this year, stopped for several months, then resumed at the beginning of September-most analysts here believe it is the work of an organization reportedly headed by [Georges Ibrahim Abdallah]. According to the Paris newspaper Liberation, that organization, known as the Lebanese Revolutionary Army Factions, is made up of a small group of terrorists from a Christian village in northern Lebanon that has close links to Syria.

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