Bank of Greece gets bombed
April 11 , 2014
Domestic terrorists bombed the central bank of Greece hours before the nation was expected to return to the international bond market after financially struggling for four years.
The blast destroyed windows at the buildings and the bank but didn't result in any injuries. There were two warnings 45 minutes before the explosion, which came one day before Angela Merkel's visit to the country.
Authorities mentioned that the bond issue proves that Greece is finally coming out of its debt crisis. "It is clear that the attackers are trying to set the agenda," a government spokesman said. "We will not allow the terrorists to succeed."