Anarchists Suspected In Embassy Blasts In Rome
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NPR's Sylvia Poggioli has the latest from Rome.
SYLVIA POGGIOLI: They came in a tense Italian political climate, heightened by Tuesday's discovery of a rudimentary device in a Rome subway car. Rome Mayor Gianni Alemanno said the parcel bombs are not linked to domestic events but are part of a wave of terrorism.
GIANNI ALEMANNO: (Through translation) These attacks have nothing to do with recent tensions in Rome and the false alarm in the subway. Investigators are following international leads.
POGGIOLI: Sylvia Poggioli, NPR News, Rome.
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