A blast at a British base on the southeast coast of Cyprus has injured a police officer.
The explosion struck the Dhekelia garrison before dawn on Tuesday.
The Cyprus Mail reported a grenade had been thrown by a man on a motorbike.
Police spokesperson Kristian Gray said investigations were ongoing and authorities are viewing the explosion as a criminal case.
“The building suffered no structural damage, just a broken window,” he added.
A source told the AFP news agency that the attack could be related to the involvement of the base’s police in a crackdown on illegal bird trapping.
It reported it came after bird trappers had been handed a “heavy fine” by a court.
More than two million migratory birds are slaughtered each year on the island.
Source: Sky News