A man walks past a graffiti depicting a man throwing a petrol bomb in Athens.
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Greek authorities were trying to determine Friday how a near-defunct anarchist militant group was able to sneak at least two parcel bombs through airport security, one of which exploded at the International Monetary Fund's Paris offices.The investigation so far suggests that the booby-trapped mail sent to the IMF and the German Finance Ministry – presumably by a far-left group called the Conspiracy Cells of Fire – failed to raise an alarm because it contained only a small amount of gunpowder.It was not immediately clear if the device sent to the IMF offices was in an envelope or a small parcel.Fragments of Greek stamps were found at the IMF offices where the mail bomb exploded, injuring a secretary's face and hands.
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