Police: Bomb explodes outside Greek ministry

Associated Press
A bomb exploded late Friday outside Greece’s press and information ministry in central Athens, shattering glass and damaging the front of the building but causing no injuries, police said.

The blast occurred after two warning telephone calls were made to private television stations and a busy nearby road was cordoned off by police.

The attack follows a spike in attacks by far-left and radical anarchist militant groups.

On Jan. 9, a small bomb exploded in front of Greece’s parliament building, in an attack later claimed by a radical anarchist group calling itself Conspiracy Nuclei of Fire.

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