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Blast thundered near Indonesian Embassy in Paris2012-03-21 16:07
A blast thundered today near Indonesian Embassy in Paris around 6 a.m. According to media, three persons left an explosive in a plastic bag near the Embassy.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by the Echo Moskvy, a blast thundered today near Indonesian Embassy in Paris around 6 a.m. According to media, three persons left an explosive in a plastic bag near the Embassy. Embassy staff found it and dropped to a safe distance, after which the explosion occurred. No dead or wounded were reported. However, some buildings, standing near the place of blast, were damaged; several burned down. Fragments of the bomb have scattered over a distance of 50 meters.
The explosion took place against the backdrop of heightened terrorist threats, announced in France the other day. It was made after an unknown man had opened fire near the Jewish school in the south of Toulouse. Four people were killed. Before that, three soldiers - natives of North Africa - were killed in the same city.
French Interior Minister Claude Gean said the 24-year-old man suspected of the crime may be a member of a terrorist group al-Qaeda. Earlier, the Prosecutor of Paris, Francois Molans, heading the investigation of the attack on Jewish school, reported that the offender could organize a new attack.