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

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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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