Two bombs exploded in Greece early today, one injuring a passer-by.
The first bomb went off outside the Athens Stock Exchange and the second blast at a government building in the city of Thessaloniki, police said.
The stock exchange blast blew out windows at the bourse and a neighbouring car dealership, injuring a passing woman and damaging parked cars and trees.
It followed a warning call to an Athens newspaper. No group has claimed responsibility for the attack.
The second bomb exploded outside a ministry building in Thessaloniki, causing minor damage, police said.
Police said a Greek far-left militant group called Revolutionary Struggle, best known for firing a rocket at the US embassy in Athens in 2007, was suspected over the stock exchange blast.
“The methodology points to Revolutionary Struggle,” police spokesman Panayiotis Stathis said.