The president of the European Commission, Romano Prodi, received a parcel bomb at his house in Bologna on Saturday, but he was unhurt.
European Commission President Romano Prodi received a letter bomb at his house in Bologna on Saturday but he was unhurt. Prodi, who heads the European Commission, opened a letter bomb at his home in the Italian city of Bologna but the flame-explosion did not hurt the former Italian prime minister, his spokesman said."A parcel bomb arrived at his home. Prodi opened it himself, carefully. It exploded, making a big flame. He was not hurt and there was no damage," said the spokesman. (EUobserver.com)