French police have launched an investigation following an explosion at the International Monetary Fund’s headquarters in Paris today (March 16).
A letter bomb was sent to the IMF’s offices in the French capital this morning, which exploded when opened, injuring one woman, who police now say is in a non-life threatening, stable condition.
“I condemn this cowardly act of violence and reaffirm the IMF’s resolve to continue our work in line with our mandate,” said IMF managing director Christine L
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