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Crew member about Antonis: “I thought he was black, Pakistani”

“I thought he was black, Pakistani,” the crew member who pushed 36-year-old passenger Antonis from a ferry in Piraeus port  last week is heard saying to captain revealing also a racist motive. The audio recording published by Mega TV on Tuesday, captured the dialogue between the captain and the crew …

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Prosecutor presses felony charges against 4 ferry crew members, incl captain

A prosecutor in Piraeus pressed felony charges against four crew members including the ferry captain for the death of 36-year-old passenger Antonis Karyotis at the port of Piraeus a day earlier. The charges pressed late on Wednesday are for manslaughter as well as for violating articles of Greece’s Maritime Law. …

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Leading Greek mountaineer Antonis Sykaris dies in the Himalayas

Leading Greek mountaineer  Antonis Sykaris has died in the Himalayas, a post on his instagram account announced on Tuesday morning. “Unfortunately the worst that could happen during a mountaineering expedition happened,” the post said. “It’s the worst thing that can happen to a mountaineering expedition. Antonis lost his life while …

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Iconic Greek singer Antonis Kalogiannis dies at 81

Greece is mourning one of its most iconic singers Antonis Kalogiannis, who passed away at the age of 81 on Thursday. The artist stood out for his voice with a rich facet of colors and best known as a singer of political songs, against the colonels’ dictatorship. For many years …

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