TOPSHOT - Members of the POlice Forensic team leave the Paris offices of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on March 16, 2017 in Paris, after a letter bomb exploded in the premises. / AFP / Christophe ARCHAMBAULT
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Greek police minister Nikos Toskas said Friday there was "no sign" of additional parcel bombs similar to the one that exploded at the IMF offices in Paris this week, which investigators believe was sent by a Greek militant group.Screening machines at the airport are "the best in Europe," Toskas said.Sources close to the inquiry said they suspected a Greek anarchist group, the Conspiracy of Fire Nuclei, was behind the letter bomb that injured a secretary at the International Monetary Fund in Paris Thursday.
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