An improvised bomb exploded March 9 outside a Citibank branch in Athens, gutting the ground floor of the two-story building but causing no injuries. There was no immediate claim of responsibility, but authorities say they suspect Revolutionary Struggle, a militant group that fired a rocket-propelled grenade into the US embassy in Athens in 2007. Last month, police deactivated a bomb outside Citibank‘s administrative headquarters in Athens. (NYT, March 10)
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