Greece: Cop guarding judge’s house injured in predawn gasoline bomb attack

Source: ABC News

“A Greek police officer guarding the house of a top judge was hospitalized with burns after a gasoline bomb attack in Athens early Thursday, authorities said. The motive for the predawn attack in a city suburb was not clear and there was no immediate claim of responsibility. Police said gasoline bombs were thrown at the officer by unknown people who escaped. The officer, who suffered face and arm injuries, was stationed outside the house of Supreme Court President Ioanna Klapa, which was not damaged. A nearby police car was severely damaged.” (06/27/24)