Explosives

Anarchist group claims last month's Kolonaki bomb

An anarchist group calling itself the Iconoclastic Sect has claimed responsibility in a post on a Spanish website for the explosion last month outside the church of Aghios Dionysios in the upmarket Kolonaki district of central Athens.

The post was dated last Wednesday and said that the attack was aimed not only against the Church of Greece but society as a whole.

Anarchist group claims last month's Kolonaki blast

An anarchist group calling itself the Iconoclastic Sect has claimed responsibility in a post on a Spanish website for the explosion last month outside  the church of Aghios Dionysios in the upmarket Kolonaki district of central Athens.

The post was uploaded last Wednesday saying the attack was aimed not only against the church but society as a whole.

Police on trail of bombers

A chemical analysis report in the wake of last Monday's bomb attack on the building housing Skai TV and Kathimerini newspaper in southern Athens provided further indications that the Group of Popular Fighters were behind the blast, police said on Saturday.

Two Explosive Devices were Found in an Apartment in London

British police have launched a terror investigation after two homemade bombs were found hidden in a North London flat, reported the Sun. 

The lethal devices were found dumped in the empty flat in Harlesden just after 9.30am on Wednesday.

The block in Craven Park was evacuated before a crack Met bomb squad swooped in to disable the explosives.

Moroccan, Suspected of Being an Islamic State Terrorist, was Arrested on Bulgarian Border with Turkey

Moroccan, suspected of being an Islamic State terrorist (IS), was arrested on our border with Turkey.

He tried to pass through Bulgaria with a fake French identity card.

The man is initially H.Z. and is sought by Morocco through Interpol in connection with terrorist activity and membership of Islamic State..

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