A bomb exploded at a far-right bookshop in the heart of Athens, causing some material damage, a police source said today.
The blast, caused by a small explosive device, came after a phone call was placed to a left-wing newspaper warning of the imminent attack.
Police cordoned off the area in central Athens after the last night's attack.
The bookshop, which has been the target of other attacks in the past, suffered minor material damage.
The building where the bookshop is housed is also home to the Athens prosecutor of the appeals court.
In the past 10 years, hundreds of arson and bomb attacks have hit financial, diplomatic and political targets, with police blaming extremist groups.
Such attacks have grown rarer in recent years, however, with several fringe groups now dismantled.
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