Incendiary device suspected in Corinth court explosion

There was an explosion, possibly caused by a homemade incendiary device, at the main court building in Corinth, west of Athens, early on Monday morning.

The blast occurred at 7.13 a.m., when the first court employee arrived. Authorities said the explosion appears to have been caused by a device that was left outside a magistrate’s office.

A small fire broke out but was quickly extinguished by the fire service. No injuries were reported.

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