Central Rome Rocked By Explosion – Bomb Disposal Scrambled After Two Blasts

An explosion has rocked central Rome, damaging at least one car.

The blast occurred in Marmorata Street near a post office. Initial reports stated that the blast happened in the vicinity of Rome’s UN building, which is in the same area. Two explosive devices may have gone off during the incident, RAI News reports.

The explosion has caused the area to be filled with smoke. Fire and bomb disposal squads have arrived at the scene, while police have cordoned off the area. An anarchist group is believed to be the prime suspects, according to media reports.

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