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Bomb explodes in central Athens

Police bomb disposal experts search for evidence next to remains of a car after a car bomb explosion in central Athens, Greece, on April 10.
A car bomb exploded outside the Greek Central Bank in central Athens early Thursday, causing damage to nearby offices, stores and cars. No injuries have been reported. The incident came at a time when Greece was set to make its return later Thursday to international bond
markets for the first time since the beginning of the crisis in 2010 by offering five-year bonds to investors

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