Small Makeshift Bomb Explosed Outside Greek Bank(Reuters) - A small makeshift bomb exploded outside a branch of Greece's second largest lender, Eurobank, in central Athens early on Saturday, causing no injuries or serious damage, a police official said.
The device consisted of two gas canisters but only one of them blew up, blackening the shutters of the branch, the official said.
There have been several low-level attacks on businesses and politicians in Greece since the cash-strapped nation adopted tough austerity measures under the terms of two successive bailouts by the EU and the IMF.
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