Ten hurt in Paris embassy bombing

Ten people were injured yesterday when a parcel bomb exploded outside the Indonesian embassy in Paris, the first such attack in the French capital for nearly a decade. The device, planted beside an outside wall of the three-storey 19th-century building in the smart 16th arrondissement, exploded just after 5am, blowing out windows up to 100 metres away, damaging nearby vehicles and leaving a small crater in the pavement. Most of those wounded were hit by flying shards. They were treated in hospital and later allowed home. Three were relatives of an embassy guard who were staying in the mission’s basement. Full Story

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