Bomb explodes at Greek government office

A home-made firebomb exploded in the early hours of Monday in Athens in front of a building housing offices of Greece’s administrative reform ministry.

The explosion at 13:52 in front of the ministry annex started a fire that seriously damaged the building’s ground floor and a car parked nearby.

Greek police blame the country’s recent surge in firebombs on the anti-government protests that have shaken crisis-hit Greece since it began imposing austerity measures under an international bailout.

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