(2 Sep 2009)
1. Traffic driving past Athens Stock Exchange with police cordon at front, security outside
2. Tilt-up from cordon, members of anti-terrorism unit investigating site, to damage on side of stock exchange building
3. Various of cordon with forensics and anti-terrorism unit on site, cars damaged in explosion
4. People looking down on scene from rooftop
5. Forensic team investigating site
6. Wide damaged building with forensics vans in foreground
7. Close shot, charred debris near van
8. Wide of police on street with damaged building and cordon in background
9. Various of police, cordon
10. Wide of Athens Stock Exchange with police cordon and security
11. Various of forensic team working outside Stock Exchange building
12. Security and traffic outside Stock Exchange building
13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Spyros Kapralos, Chairman, Athens Stock Exchange
"Our market, despite the bombing, will operate normally in the usual hours. And this is not only just our market, but also the market of Cyprus which is served by the Athens Exchange. Nothing more."
(Q: "Any damage inflicted on the building?")
"Well, lots of damages as you can see but we will work normally, as usual."
14. Television satellite van outside Stock Exchange building
15. Cameramen on street
16. Damaged vehicles and police on street, cordon
17. Forensic team on street, cordon
18. Exterior, kiosk close to Stock Exchange building
19. SOUNDBITE: (Greek) Anastasios Galiatsakos, Witness, Owner of kiosk owner giving his account of explosion
"I saw a big flash and then there was a big explosion. The force of the blast pushed me back and I tried to resist it."
20. Pan to man sweeping glass from street
21. Broken windows
22. Men looking up at damaged building
23. Tilt up broken windows
24. Men pulling glass from broken windows
A van bomb exploded outside the Athens Stock Exchange early on Wednesday, lightly injuring a woman and causing extensive damage to the building, nearby car dealerships and cars, Greek police said.
A second, smaller bomb outside a government building in the northern city of Thessaloniki caused only minor damage.
Both attacks were preceded by anonymous warning calls to Greek media, but there was no claim of responsibility.
Police said a Greek far-left militant group called Revolutionary Struggle, best known for firing a rocket at the US embassy in Athens in 2007, was suspected in the Athens blast.
The attack on the Athens Stock Exchange, in the city's central Votanikos district, blew out windows at the stock exchange and a neighbouring car dealership, and damaged parked cars and trees, police said.
They said the bomb exploded at 5:38 am (0238GMT), in a stolen van that had been parked on a side street outside the building.
A female cleaner working at a building on the other side of an eight-lane highway from the stock exchange was lightly injured by flying glass.
Spyros Kapralos, Chairman of the Athens Stock Exchange, said business at the exchange would go ahead as usual, despite the damage to the building.
Police said the second bomb had been hidden in a telephone exchange box outside the Ministry for Macedonia and Thrace in Thessaloniki.
They said the timed device exploded at 4:56 am (0256GMT), breaking windows in the ministry building.
Greek militants have stepped up attacks following the fatal police shooting of an Athens teenager last December, which sparked the country's worst rioting in decades.
In the bloodiest incident so far, gunmen shot dead an anti-terrorist officer guarding a witness in Athens on June 17.
On July 4, a McDonald's restaurant in central Athens was attacked, causing extensive damage but no injury.
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