Package bomb found at Greek embassy in Italy

ROME — Police and bomb squad experts rushed to the Greek Embassy in Rome on Monday after a package bomb was found, authorities said. No one was injured.
The discoveries followed package bombs that exploded Thursday at the Chilean and Swiss embassies, injuring two people who opened them. An anarchist group with ties to Greek anarchists claimed responsibility.
In Athens, Greek Foreign Ministry spokesman, Gregoris Delavekouras, said no one was harmed, in part because heightened security measures had already been put in place.