Attackers threw gasoline bombs
into a Cancun, Mexico, bar Tuesday morning, killing at least eight people and doing further damage to Mexico's tourism industry.
But the cables, lights, batteries, and electrical tape that crown the objects give them a sinister cast, evocative of the moment when rudimentary gasoline bombs
or Molotov cocktails adopt the technological sophistication to become more damage-inducing improvised explosive devices.
In Thessaloniki, Greece's second-largest city, youths threw gasoline bombs
at police, set fire to several cars and smashed 10 store fronts, including a Starbucks cafe.
Soon radicalized young people were once again heaving homemade gasoline bombs
at Soviet armor.
Local bands and marimbas have replaced the sound of explosions, and the smell of gasoline bombs
and tear gas have given way to the scent of coffee and mole sauce, two of Oaxaca's specialties.
Officials said older youths, many already known to police, appeared to be teaching younger teens to make gasoline bombs
and carry out attacks.
19, Shiite Arab rioters were seen on TV throwing gasoline bombs
at British tanks in Basrah.
About 500 Iraklis fans hurled rocks and gasoline bombs
at riot police after being barred from entering the airport arrivals area to greet players returning home.
About 500 fans hurled rocks and gasoline bombs
at police because they were not allowed to enter the airport arrivals area to meet players, reported The Associated Press.
* Material cause--the substance of the event: airplanes turned into gasoline bombs
US troops also arrested 13 ethnic Albanians believed to be members of the Kosovo Liberation Army after finding a cache of gasoline bombs
, two grenades and several automatic weapons.
Protesters responded by throwing bricks and gasoline bombs
toward the police, who later used the water cannons.