The General Motors Corp.-Saab Building in Seoul was attacked by eight masked arsonists March 15, who smashed in a ground floor plate glass showroom window and tossed in seven to eight bottled gasoline bombs, police say. A passing taxi driver spotted the attackers and called police, a GM source says. Authorities estimated the bombs contained more than a gallon of gasoline, enough to send the 7-story office, showroom and service complex up in flames. Sources say due to ongoing renovation, ...
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