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Prodi is unhurt by anarchist bomb

Romano Prodi, the president of the European Commission, escaped unhurt yesterday when a letter bomb he opened at his home in Bologna failed to explode. Two small bombs had exploded near Mr Prodi’s home last week, also without harming anyone. A previously unknown anarchist group claimed responsibility for those attacks, saying it targeted him as a representative of a repressive “new European order”. Mr Prodi emerged from his home yesterday and said: “There was no damage of any type. Really nothing.” The Commission president, who is based in Brussels, was in his Italian home town for the Christmas holidays. Full Story

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