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Bomb explodes at offices of Greek far-right party, no injuries

Greek police explosives experts work outside the local offices of the ultra-right Golden Dawn party after a bomb blast at Aspropyrgos suburb west of Athens December 4, 2012. The explosion occurred at the local offices of the party in the Athenian suburb early on Tuesday causing damage but no casualties, a police source said. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis

Greek police explosives experts work outside the local offices of the ultra-right Golden Dawn party after a bomb blast at Aspropyrgos suburb west of Athens December 4, 2012. The explosion occurred at the local offices of the party in the Athenian...more

Greek police explosives experts work outside the local offices of the ultra-right Golden Dawn party after a bomb blast at Aspropyrgos suburb west of Athens December 4, 2012. The explosion occurred at the local offices of the party in the Athenian suburb early on Tuesday causing damage but no casualties, a police source said. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis
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Greek policemen patrol outside the local offices of the ultra-right Golden Dawn party after a bomb blast at Aspropyrgos suburb west of Athens December 4, 2012. The explosion occurred at the local offices of the party in the Athenian suburb early on Tuesday causing damage but no casualties, a police source said. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis

Greek policemen patrol outside the local offices of the ultra-right Golden Dawn party after a bomb blast at Aspropyrgos suburb west of Athens December 4, 2012. The explosion occurred at the local offices of the party in the Athenian suburb early on...more

Greek policemen patrol outside the local offices of the ultra-right Golden Dawn party after a bomb blast at Aspropyrgos suburb west of Athens December 4, 2012. The explosion occurred at the local offices of the party in the Athenian suburb early on Tuesday causing damage but no casualties, a police source said. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis
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