Italian leftist group says it placed fire bombs


MILAN, July 30 (Reuters) - A little-known leftist group said on Tuesday it placed incendiary devices at offices of carmaker Fiat and of a trade union on Monday, which raised fears of a return to political violence in Italy. The Revolutionary Front for Communism (FR) sent the claim of responsibility to a Milan-based newspaper in an 11-page document spelling out its political position, police said. Neither device went off, but the action prompted condemnation from officials in the wake of ...

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