A BOMB exploded at the offices of the far-right Greek political party, Golden Dawn, in Athens yesterday.
A wall was demolished and the windows of a nearby building shattered by the blast, but no-one was injured, said police
The Greek debt crisis has seen Golden Dawn rise from obscurity to win 7 per cent of the parliamentary vote in June, amid public anger over austerity, corruption and immigration.
Golden Dawn has been condemned for its ultra-nationalist politics, with opponents calling for it to be banned. Its members have been seen giving Nazi-style salutes and the party emblem resembles a swastika.
The dynamite-packed device was placed outside the party’s local offices in Aspropyrgos, an industrial suburb in the west of Athens.
A police official, who declined to be named, said the attack was most probably carried out by a far-left group. “It was a powerful blast that caused a lot of damage,” he said.
“It looks like [domestic] terrorism,” he added.