SOFIA, Bulgaria (AP) - Police say a makeshift bomb has exploded at the office of a Bulgarian newspaper causing damages but no injuries.
The Interior Ministry said in a statement that an explosion rocked the premisses of the Galeria weekly at 5:40 a.m. (0340 GMT) on Thursday.
The blast, which occurred on a main street in the capital, Sofia, broke window panes and damaged nearby parked cars.
The weekly published recently wiretapped telephone conversations by leading politicians and officials, including Prime Minister Boiko Borisov. The authenticity of the documents has so far not been verified.
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