By Associated Press
November 30, 2018

(BUENOS AIRES, Argentina) — Argentina’s security minister is confirming that eight gasoline bombs were discovered in an area of the capital where a protest against the G-20 summit is expected later in the day.

A police operation on Friday turned up the rudimentary explosives made from bottles and cloth wicks in a burned and abandoned taxi on the street.

The site is more than 6 miles (10 kilometers) from the place where the summit is taking place.

Security Minister Patricia Bullrich said that despite the find, “a day of peace and without violence is expected.”

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