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ATHENS, April 10. /ITAR-TASS/. A powerfull explosion occurred Thursday morning in the center of Athens in Greece. The explosive device was planted on a car parked in front of Bank of Greece, reports Associated Press.
Adjacent buildings and cars were damaged, though there were no casualties, report local media. According to reports, the incident occurred at 6:00 local time. At the time of the blast two security guards were in the building.
About 45 minutes before the explosion, unknown individuals called called the local Internet portal Zougla and notified of the blast to take place.
The moment of the explosion was caught on CCTV cameras, but the footage is of insignificant use due to insufficient lighting.