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Explosive found in parcel at Greek Embassy in Rome

Italian police on Monday found an explosive package at the Greek Embassy in Rome, the second time in as many weeks that embassies there have received explosives through the mail, CNN said. The parcel did not explode, and authorities hope that it will provide information that will help in their investigation. Police also responded to other reports of suspicious packages at the Venezuelan and Danish embassies in Rome and possibly other embassies as well on Monday. Late last week, an anarchist group claimed credit for a pair of mail bombings Thursday at the Swiss and Chilean embassies in Rome, vowing in messages that it plans more such acts to “destroy the systems of domination.”

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