MADRID (Reuters)-Police say the regional office of the Spanish leftist Unidas Podemos political party was bombed on Friday.
The attack occurred in Cartagena in southeastern Spain. The fire damaged the exterior of the building.
Podemos accused the right-wingers of carrying out this action.
“The extreme right street terrorism will not intimidate us,” party leader Pablo Iglesias, who is standing as a candidate in the local elections in Madrid on May 4, said on social media.
Police said that no one was arrested after the attack, which occurred early on Friday morning.
A Podemos spokesperson said that this is the sixth time that saboteurs have attacked the party building.
Reporting by Graham Keeley, Elena Rodriguez; Editing by Angus MacSwan