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Sun Sentinel - Fort Lauderdale
Author: Reuters
Date: Oct 18, 1995
Start Page: 8.A
Section: FOREIGN
Abstract (Document Summary)

A bomb tore through an underground commuter train as it sped through central Paris during Tuesday's morning rush hour, injuring 29 people in what appeared to be the latest in a wave of attacks by Algerian Islamic extremists.

The blast came just a week before President Jacques Chirac is to meet Algerian President Gen. Liamine Zeroual at U.N. headquarters in New York.

Prime Minister Alain Juppe said Chirac would go ahead with the talks, despite criticism it may seem that Chirac is backing Zeroual in Algeria's Nov. 16 presidential vote.

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