MILAN, July 29 (Reuters) - An explosive device was found on Monday outside the main office in Milan of carmaker Fiat and another similarly rudimentary bomb was located at an office of a labour union near the city, police said. Police were at Fiat's Milan headquarters where an employee of a Fiat dealership found the device, Marco Rizzo, a colonel with Italy's carabinieri police force told Reuters. "The bomb squad are working to establish how dangerous it is," Rizzo said. There was no ...
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