ATHENS A little explosive gadget detonated outside the house a constructing housing Eurobank places of work in central Athens on Wednesday, damaging its entrance and shattering home windows, police explained.
There have been no accidents, police explained.
Eurobank is Greece’s third-greatest loan provider by property.
Compact-scale assaults on corporations, police and politicians are regular in Greece, which has a very long historical past of political violence and is even now battling to emerge from a crippling financial debt crisis.
“The explosion weakened the entrance and smashed some home windows,” a police official explained, adding that some nearby buildings have been also a bit weakened.
Law enforcement had cordoned off most streets in the surrounding spot adhering to a warning phone to a local information web page. The explosion, which happened at 2238 local time (1938 GMT), was loud and was heard in central Athens.
(Reporting by Lefteris Papadimas and Alkis Konstantinidis Editing by Tom Brown)