Tags: EU | Italy | Suspicious | Package

Reports: Suspicious Package Detonated in Milan

Tuesday, 29 Dec 2009 09:08 AM

 

Italian news reports say bomb experts have detonated a suspicious package that was found at Milan's Malpensa airport.

The ANSA and Apcom news agencies said the parcel had been abandoned in the check-in area of the terminal. ANSA said the package was equipped with a detonator and a radio receiver, although it said it wasn't clear if there were also explosives.

There were no other details.

Efforts to reach officials at Malpensa airport weren't immediately successful.
 

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