Three trolley buses torched in downtown Athens
Three trolley buses were firebombed by unknown assailants near the historic Athens Polytechnic building in downtown Athens late on Monday, police said.
There were no passengers in the vehicles at the time of the attack and there were no reports of injury.
Meanwhile, vandals struck again on the ISAP electric railway on Monday night, smashing ticket machines and booths at Kifissia station in northern Athens.
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