Tel Aviv (Sep. 23)
Five employes of a Cypriot company which serves as agents for Israel’s Zim Lines were injured today when hand grenades exploded in their office in Limassol, Cyprus. The assailant was caught by police after a running gun fight through streets of the seaport town. He was described as a Palestinian, though police said the man carried no identification papers. No Israelis are employed by the Cypriot firm, but a Zim Line official in Haifa said he would go to Cyprus today to assist in the investigation of the attack.