Bombings that may be linked to the U.S. role in the gulf occurred in Greece, Turkey and the Philippines Monday, and some countries instituted additional security measures to prevent war-related violence.
In Athens, terrorists fired an anti-tank missile at an American Express office, and a bomb blast shook an insurance office building. No injuries or damage were reported, and there was no claim of responsibility.A bomb placed under a car in Ankara, Turkey, exploded in the parking lot of the capital's main government tax office, the semiofficial Anatolia news agency reported. No injuries were reported.
In the Philippines, assailants hurled a bomb at a provincial radio station and left a red poster saying "Long live Saddam, Criminal Bush." One person was injured by the bomb, which exploded outside the station.