Home Of German Ambassador In Greece Attacked


ATHENS, Greece (AP) — The home of Germany’s ambassador to Greece was sprayed with gunfire from automatic weapons early Monday, in a suspected terrorist attack the government said was aimed at hurting the country’s image before it takes over the presidency of the European Union. No one was hurt. Anti-terrorism police cordoned off streets around the official residence of Ambassador Wolfgang Dold following the pre-dawn shooting on a busy road in the Halandri area of the capital. They recovered more than 60 bullet casings from the scene. No group has claimed responsibility for the attack. Six people were briefly detained for questioning and released without charge while investigators were…

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