Croatia: Unidentified attacker threw a grenade at a Romani preschool in Zagreb
An unidentified attacker threw a hand grenade into the yard of a building in Zagreb that houses a nursery school for Romani children. The Croatian Romani Association also has its office in the building and a second preschool facility is also housed there.
News server Independent.mk reported the incident yesterday, citing Croatian media reports. The grenade is said to have exploded and damaged the doors, facade and windows throughout the entire building.
Four vehicles parked in front of the building were also destroyed. According to the available information the attack was perpetrated during the late night hours of Monday and early morning hours of Tuesday; fortunately there were no physical injuries caused to anybody.
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