Bomb Explodes in Rome Boycott Francois Hollande Visit

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A bomb exploded in Rome’s Campana historical center and destroyed over five cars parked nearby. After the Italian Forces disarmed the bomb, which was placed near a French Foundation, they reached the conclusion that the explosive was intentionally positioned there as a form of boycott related to Francois Hollande, the French president’s visit today at Vatican.

The Italian Forces believe that the link to the French Embassy is undeniable and are set to strengthen the security during Hollande’s visit which will begin in a few hours. No further news about the bomb incident have been made public yet.

By  Gabriela Motroc

Source:
ANSA

 

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