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UPD 35-year-old Greek hospitalized after London attacks has been identified

A 35-year-old Greek has been hospitalized after suffering injuries during the terror attacks at London Bridge and Borough Market on Saturday night. His condition is described as stable and there is no danger for his life. However, he is in intensive care apparently for precautionary reasons. British authorities informed the …

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Greek among the injured in the Borough Market pub terror attack (video)

Shocking footage from the first moments terrorists went into a pub in Borough Market and started stabbing on people on Saturday night. Thirty seconds of horror. In the footage, a man is heard yelling at people to move upstairs. A man is heavily bleeding, a woman, probably a police officer, …

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Summer rain storm turn streets in downtown Athens into rivers! Videos

It started with a loud noise. The first thunder occurred somewhere in the north back of my home. The second thunder followed within a couple of minutes. The first drops fell on the windows… soon the hell broke out. The much expected hail and rain storm stroke the Greek capital …

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President express “abhorrence”, PM and political leaders condemn London terror attack

Greece’s political leadership and parties of the opposition condemned the terror attack in London on Saturday night. The President of Hellenic Republic, Prokopis Pavlopoulos, expressed his abhorrence over the new terror attack in London. The general secretary of the Greek Presidency Georgios Gennimatas, following the president’s order, expressed early on …

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Police dismantles human trafficking ring transferring migrants to EU and Canada

Greek police dismantled a human trafficking ring involved in the transport of migrants to European Union countries as well as to Canada. Twelve people in total were arrested in an operation that took place May 30-31 in three cities Athens, Thessaloniki and Katerini. Among the arrested are five Greeks, four …

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