UPDATE 2-Explosive devices found at Fiat, union buildings


(Adds union and employers' group reactions) MILAN, July 29 (Reuters) - A crude bomb was found outside the Milan headquarters of carmaker Fiat on Monday and another was discovered outside a labour union building near the city, police said. The devices, neither of which exploded, were found amid renewed concern about terrorism in Italy, where an economist working on controversial labour reforms was shot dead in March. An employee of a Fiat dealership found the device at the company's ...

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