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Letter Bombs Sent to Europe Aides

Letter bombs sent from Bologna, Italy, exploded Monday in the offices of two senior members of the European Parliament — one British and one German — but no one was hurt. At least one other suspicious letter was seized in Brussels, said Alison Suttie, a press officer for the president of the European Parliament. Officials speculated that the explosions were related to a series of letter bombs sent from Bologna to European officials and organizations late last month. They were sent to Romano Prodi, the European Commission president, and to Jean-Claude Trichet, the head of the European Central Bank. Europol, the European Union police agency, and Eurojust, a crime-fighting agency, received nearly identical bombs. Full Story

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