The bomb, made from a fire extinguisher cas- ing, shattered doors and windows but did not Key Reagan aides alien cause any casualties, police said.
The trial of Arpad Wiegand, 75, former first lieutenant in the Nazi SS elite guards, opened Wednesday and was continuing Thursday.
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Massive coordinated action Poles protest (AP wtrepboto) EXPLOSION AFTERMATH: Secoods after a bomb destroyed a moving car in San Salvador Thursday, the body of a youth in his twenty's lies next to the motorcycle on which he was riding at the time of his death.
“I'm anxious to get on with the conduct of foreign policy,” he said.
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Haig, described by one career diplomat as “limping pretty badly" after a run-in with powerful White House staffers, is avoiding questions about whether he will resign. Haig was meeting a few reporters for breakfast Friday and was sure to be quizzed further on the series of events before and after President Ronald Reagan designated Vice-President George Bush as the govern- ment’s crisis manager, a job Haig wanted.