Turkish embassy in Denmark attacked with Molotov cocktail, police say

By REUTERS
March 19, 2018 07:24
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COPENHAGEN - At least two people attacked Turkey's embassy in Copenhagen with Molotov cocktails early on Monday causing some minor damage to the exterior of the building but no injuries, police in the Danish capital said.

The building was empty at the time.

Police were at the scene investigating and no one had been arrested, a police official told Reuters.

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