Europe Bomb Blast In Athens: One child (15 years) Killed

Bomb Blast In Athens: One child (15 years) Killed

A bomb has exploded in a residential district of central Athens, killing one child (15 years) and wounding a girl, authorities said.
The bomb exploded shortly before midnight Sunday in the central district of Patissia, and had not been preceded by any warning call, police said.
One child (15 years) was killed in the blast, while a girl aged about 10 who had been passing by with her mother was lightly wounded.
The girl was rushed to a nearby hospital in critical condition, while her mother (from Afghanistan) was slightly injured, local reports said.
The bomb, which exploded outside a civil service school, also damaged nearby cars and adjacent buildings.

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