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Grenade Attack on British Consulate

A grenade was thrown at Britain’s honorary consulate in the city of Guayaquil in Ecuador, on Monday. The honorary consul in Guayaquil, Colin Armstrong, told local television station Ecuavisa he thought the attack could be a protest against the war in Iraq. No one was hurt in the attack, and the grenade did little damage. In what appears to be another anti-war protest in Lebanon on Monday, a small explosion damaged the outer wall of the British Council building. The explosion in Ecuador shattered windows on the ground floor of the building. Police General Edgar Vaca told the Associated Press news agency that a group called the People’s Revolutionary Militias had claimed responsibility for the attack in an e-mail. The e-mail condemned the United States and Britain for attacking Iraq. Full Story

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