A makeshift bomb exploded outside a Greek court in Athens early on Friday shattering windows and damaging the facade of the building, police officials said.
Shots were also fired at a person guarding the Athens Appeal Court building, Justice Minister Stavros Kontonis told state TV. The Justice Ministry suspended the court’s operation for one day. There were no reports of injuries.
Two Greek media organizations received warning calls at 2:50 a.m. (0050 GMT), before the explosion, one official said.
Police, who had cordoned off the area, later found a bag which contained the makeshift bomb outside the building.