A Greek anarchist group is 'likely behind' a letter bomb that injured a secretary at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) offices in Paris, a Greek police source said.
French investigators told their Greek counterparts that the package was sent from Athens by a group called the Conspiracy of Fire Nuclei, the source added.
The far-left Greek group had earlier claimed responsibility for an explosive device, also sent from Greece, that was intercepted on Wednesday at the offices of German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble.
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Police outside the International Monetary Fund (IMF) building in Paris this morning, where an envelope bomb exploded in a staff member's face
The envelope bomb exploded in the face of a worker at the International Monetary Fund's Paris office this morning.
A female IMF secretary suffered head and hand injuries in the blast, and damage to her eardrum.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde has branded the attack a 'cowardly act of violence'.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde has branded the attack a 'cowardly act of violence'