February 17th, 2010
(Reuters) – A bomb exploded on Tuesday outside the Athens offices of JP Morgan, the second largest U.S. bank by assets, causing minor damage and no injuries, police and the company said.
February 16, 2010
The explosion is the latest in a series of blasts that have rocked the country since the police killing of a teenager in December 2008 sparked the country’s worst riots in decades.
“It was a time-bomb outside JP Morgan’s offices at the second floor of an Athens building,” said a police official who declined to be named.
“The explosion damaged the door, furniture, computers and smashed some windows,” the official added.