The World : Rome Grenade Wounds 40
A grenade exploded at an outdoor cafe crowded with foreign tourists, including Americans, on Rome’s fashionable Via Veneto, wounding about 40 people, police reported. Officers said two grenades were thrown from either a passing motorcycle or a car at the Cafe de Paris but one did not explode, according to Italian news agencies. Most of the victims reportedly were American, Argentine, German and British. No one claimed responsibility for the attack.