A letter bomb exploded Thursday at the International Monetary Fund in Paris


Iena Avenue was temporarily closed to traffic as the authorities quietly secured the area. The incident, which came one day after the German authorities in Berlin discovered a parcel bomb sent by a Greek terrorist organization to the office of the German finance minister, determined French authorities to announce an investigation as a possible terrorist attack.  The investigation will be into attempted murder in relation to a terrorist undertaking, terrorist conspiracy and destruction with explosives in relation to a terrorist undertaking. France is yet under a state of emergency after terrorist attacks in Paris in 2015 and in Nice last year. “We’re still targeted, here, unfortunately, it is the I.M.F., but this is France, and I want to tell all those working in that great institution that we’re with them,” President François Hollande said during a visit to Toulon, on France’s Mediterranean Sea coast,


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