SOFIA, Bulgaria (AP) — Police in Bulgaria are investigating a number of bomb threats despatched by electronic mail to media shops within the capital, Sofia, and to main airports within the nation.
Particular police groups on Wednesday searched the airports in Sofia, Plovdiv, Varna and Burgas, in addition to the workplaces of Bulgarian Nationwide TV and the main newspaper “24 Hours” for explosive units however none had been discovered.
Police say “the obvious goal was to disrupt their work.”
They are saying the emails had been despatched utilizing anonymizing Web instruments and on-line messaging suppliers based mostly outdoors Bulgaria.
Bulgarian police are in touch with worldwide regulation enforcement businesses as a part of the investigation.
Police say comparable messages had been despatched Tuesday to airports and later to media organizations in different EU international locations however they didn’t determine them.
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