Police investigating a suspected shooting at the Mexican Embassy in Kolonaki, central Athens, have determined that a hole discovered in a window was made by a bullet fired from a Kalashnikov-type assault rifle. Officers drew the conclusion after submitting fragments of a bullet found at the scene to ballistic tests. The hole in the window of the embassy, which is on the fourth floor of a building on Kolonaki’s main square, was spotted by employees of a brokerage based on the floor below the embassy.
Your exclusive news aggregator handpicked daily!
Newsline: Bullet hole at Mexican Embassy in Greece caused by assault rifle