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>> An explosive device in Athens Thursday injuring Greece's former Prime Minister, Lucas Papademos in the most dramatic act of political violence in the crisis hit country in years. The blast reportedly caused by a letter bomb, which detonated inside Mr.Papademos' car. Papademos was a long time central bank governor and temporarily prime minister in 2011.
At the height of Greece's political and financial crisis over keeping the country in the euro zone, despite its massive debit. A source telling Reuters, he was taken to the hospital but his injuries are not thought to be life threatening. Two others in the vehicle were also hurt. No group has claimed responsibility for Thursday's blast but European and Greek politicians have been targeted in the past by Greek militant and anarchist groups.