Group hurls bombs at Argentine Clarín newspaper’s headquarters in Buenos Aires

The bombs damaged the building's facade and caused a small fire at the entrance, but no one was injured.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A group of 9 hooded individuals hurled several bombs at the headquarters of Clarín Argentine newspaper on Monday night, November 22.

The attack was filmed by surveillance cameras, which captured the moment when the group arrived on foot, at 11:05 PM, and hurled at least 7 Molotov cocktails - a type of homemade bomb in which a flammable liquid is placed inside a glass bottle - against the building of one of the country's main media outlets.

The bombs damaged the building's façade and started a fire in the entrance, but no one . . .

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