The news of the terrorist attack in the heart of Athens after a car bomb exploded outside the Bank of Greece is spreading around the world. The Bank’s location was at the intersection of Amerikis street and Panepistimiou. News from Greece is a top priority for the international media like Reuters, Wall Street Journal, Telegraph, Guardian, Associated Press, Russia Today and Huffington Post.
The latest events in Greece are of course never absent from the German media, which is now focusing on the correlation of the explosion to Angela Merkel’s visit to Athens.
Media from around the world presented the explosion in the center of Athens using various titles as shown below:
Reuters: Car bomb explodes outside a Greek central bank building, no injuries
Wall Street Journal: Bomb explodes outside Bank of Greece
Telegraph: Car bomb detonated outside Bank of Greece in Athens
Guardian: Bank of Greece hit by a car bomb
BBC: Bomb blast outside bank of Greece
Huffington Post: Car bomb explodes outside Bank of Greece
Russia Today: Car bomb explodes outside Bank of Greece in Athens
Handelsblatt: One day before Merkel’s visit – Car bomb explodes near Greek central bank
Spiegel: Car bomb explodes near Greek central bank
La Vanguardia: Car bomb attack on a bank in Athens