Acropolis Bomb: Blast In Central Athens

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Acropolis Bomb: Blast In Central Athens

A bomb has exploded outside the Acropolis in central Athens causing damage but no injuries.

The blast near Greece's most famous monument occurred at about 8:30pm local time (1830 GMT), following a warning call to a Greek newspaper.

The bomb exploded outside the house of one of the country's ship-owners - who was reportedly its target.

Police spokesman Panagiotis Papapetropoulos said officers were able to evacuate one or two people from the building before the blast and to seal off the area of the major tourist site.

The identity of the ship owner is not yet known.

There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack.

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Good job the Elgin marbles are in a safe place then.
 
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The Greek anarchists are very active at the moment and while their devices are not very sophisticated they are nearly all going bang which isn't bad going.
 
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At least it wasn't new.

Personally, I reckon Greece is going to be Europe's next flashpoint - tanking economy, rising nationalist extremists, a history of highly-polarised politics, ineffective government and a population being beaten with the pissed-off stick on a daily basis.

And, of course, they're part of the Balkans which seems to be reason enough for rampant bloodshed at least once a decade.
 
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How would you notice if there was any damage?
 
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The Greek anarchists are very active at the moment and while their devices are not very sophisticated they are nearly all going bang which isn't bad going.
1. Define sophisticated (in the context of devices).

2. How would you know if the device has functioned?

3. WAG? Perchance?
 
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Davetheclown

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1. Define sophisticated (in the context of devices).

2. How would you know if the device has functioned?

3. WAG? Perchance?
1. A device does not have to be sophisticated, the victim just has to be stupid.

2. pop, not bad, bang, bad day boom!!! , woops Baazzooomm Vanessa Feltz arse cheeks connecting.

3. Wilfully anti greek!
 

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