Cyprus Mail

Limassol bomb explosion

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A bomb exploded at the front entrance of a home in Limassol causing damage but no injuries, police said on Friday.

The home belongs to a 43-year-old man who works as an insurance agent. Reports said he was away on holiday at the time.

The 4.45am blast caused damage to the front door and entrance of the house.

Police said the blast was caused by a low explosive improvised device that was placed on the floor outside the door.

Such attacks, along with arsons, are commonplace in Cyprus, usually attributed to personal differences or underworld attempts to intimidate people.

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