Three people died in terrorist bomb attacks in the Argentine northern industrial city of Cordoba on Sunday (14 March).
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Background: Three people died in terrorist bomb attacks in the Argentine northern industrial city of Cordoba on Sunday (14 March).
Two private security police guarding the home of a Perkins Argentina Motor Company executive were killed when a bomb was thrown at the house.
The body of a waiter was found amongst the debris of the "estakel" bar-restaurant, which was the second target of the terrorists. Police think he may have suffered a heart attack when the assault began.
The attacks were in the residential section of the city, which has been the scene of much guerrilla activity and coincided with a wave of bombings and violence throughout the troubled country.
On the same day, one person was killed an 29 injured in another guerrilla bombing in the Army's General command building in buenos Aires.