Six more small mail bombs exploded in Athens on Tuesday, just a day after
Greek police foiled four attempted parcel bomb attacks, allegedly targeting French President Nicolas Sarkozy and three embassies in Athens.
Police reported Tuesday's explosions and controlled explosions at the Swiss embassy, Bulgarian embassy, Russian embassy, outside Parliament and outside a courier company. The sixth location was still unknown. RELATED:Mail bomb found in Dubai traveled on two passenger planesNetanyahu: We stand before a rising wave of terror
No injuries or damage were reported from the explosions, and far-left domestic groups are suspected of involvement.
On Monday, the mail bombs failed to reach their targets — French
President Nicolas Sarkozy and the embassies of Mexico, the Netherlands
and Belgium. Two Greek men were arrested on suspicion of plotting the
The bombs were found after one of the devices exploded at a delivery
service in central Athens, lightly wounding a worker at the delivery
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