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A source from the Lisbon Metropolitan Command of the PSP told Lusa that traffic was reopened at around 8 pm, with “normal policing” being in place.
Traffic on Avenida das Descobertas next to the Embassy of Ukraine in Lisbon was reopened at around 8 pm, after being cut off by a police perimeter motivated by the receipt of two suspicious letters, said a PSP source.
TIAGO PETINGA/DAY DAY
On November 30, a man was seriously injured at the Ukrainian embassy in Madrid due to the explosion of an artifact that was inside an envelope. Since then, the existence of five more letters with explosives has been revealed by the Spanish authorities, the last of which is in the US embassy on Spanish soil.
Source: SÁBADO by www.sabado.pt.
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