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Anarchists Claim Responsibility for Rome Bombs

Thursday, 23 Dec 2010 07:24 PM

 

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ROME, Dec 23 (Reuters) - An Italian anarchist group claimed responsibility for parcel bombs on Thursday that wounded two people at the Swiss and Chilean embassies in Rome.

A note was found stuck to the clothing of a man who was hurt at the Chilean embassy, claiming responsibility for the attack on behalf of the FAI, or Informal Anarchist Federation.

"We have decided to make our voice heard with words and with facts, we will destroy the system of dominance, long live the FAI, long-live Anarchy," said the note, written in Italian, which was released later by the police.

(Rome newsroom)

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