Chile Rediscovers Fear

Will bombings in Chile stir Latin America's poster child from its complacency?
A calm shattered.

Nothing like the whiff of cordite to set a society on a forensic soul-searching mission: Two explosions in Chile last week -- one near a Santiago metro station, the other in a supermarket in Vina del Mar -- have shaken this mostly peaceable nation like an Andean temblor and left much of Latin America perplexed.

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