France: Socialist party offices sustains bullet hole damage after attack

Bullet holes were found in the front windows and entrance of the Isere offices of the French Socialist Party, in Grenoble, Monday, following an attack on Sunday night.
The bullets reportedly came from a 9mm calibre gun; a total of 12 bullet holes were found in the building front. The police have opened an investigation into the attack, but have not yet released the names of any suspects.
Since the beginning of the anti-labour law demonstrations, many local Socialist Party offices have been subject to attacks and vandalism by leftist activists who are protesting the party's attempts to reform France's employment laws and liberalise the labour market.