The right wing newspaper Minute was the target of a bomb blast in Paris on August 19.
GV EXTERIOR 'Minute' office with police in foreground and firemen sweeping broken glass from balconies (2 shots)
SV Debris around hole made by bomb
SV TRACKING SHOT Debris inside bomb hole
CU PAN INTERIOR Rubble and debris (4 shots)
SV EXTERIOR Fire and police vehicles (2 shots)
CU AND LV Police stand in front of damaged building with badly damaged car in foreground (2 shots)
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Background: The right wing newspaper Minute was the target of a bomb blast in Paris on August 19. The explosion badly damaged the building where the newspaper has its offices but caused no casualties. Police believe the bomb was planted on a ground floor window ledge of the building in Avenue Marceau, North West Paris. Responsibility for the blast was claimed by the left wing group, Action Directe, which had just been officially banned by the Government. Action Directe has said it was responsible for a number of anti-Jewish attacks in Paris.