Explosions damage Italy tax agency, Naples police say

By REUTERS
January 17, 2012 02:25

 
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NAPLES - Three explosive devices blew up outside the Naples offices of Equitalia, a state agency that collects overdue taxes and fines, on Monday night, breaking windows but injuring no one, a police official told Reuters.

"At the moment there are no written notes or details of anyone claiming responsibility," said one of the police officers on duty at the scene.

Equitalia's Naples offices were hit by a similar explosion in December.

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