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By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Topic - Athanasios Kokalakis
Greek police destroyed a letter bomb sent to the Justice Ministry on Wednesday and warned other government offices to watch out for more potentially booby-trapped packages, fearing a repetition of a spate of such bombings in November.
"We have a similar package to those sent in November," Mr. Kokalakis said of Wednesday's bomb, adding that the letter was believed to have contained a small amount of explosives.