Homemade bomb kills 6, wounds 48 in southern Peru

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May 20, 2007 05:10

 
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A backpack containing dynamite and nails exploded during a celebration in a southern Peruvian market, killing six people and wounding 48, police said Saturday. Police Col. Romeo Delgado told The Associated Press by telephone that police have not ruled out a terrorist attack. "What the police have to determine is the motive, the aim, and what kind of criminal did it," he said.

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