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Bomb Explodes Outside JPMorgan Athens Office, No Injuries

Feb. 16 (Bloomberg) — A bomb exploded outside the offices of JPMorgan Chase & Co. in central Athens today, local police said.

No one was injured in the incident, said police spokesman Loukas Krikos in a telephone interview. Police received a warning call half an hour before the explosion and sealed off the area, he said. The bomb was placed at the entrance of the building and the bank’s offices are on the second floor, the spokesman said.

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