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John Macris: CCTV footage shows the moment of assassination in Athens

Footage from CCTV shows how the 46-year-old Greek-Australian John Macris was shot down outside his home in Voula suburb of south Athens on October 31st 2018. Macris is in his car when a man approaches and fires at him from the co-passenger side. The man wears a jockey cap,a two-colored …

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Greek Mafioso Vassilis Stefanakos assassinated in West Athens

Greek mafioso Vassilis Stefanakos was assassinated short after 7 o’ clock Wednesday afternoon in Athinon Avenue in Haidari suburb of West Athens. According to preliminary information, he had left his depot of used vehicle and he was driving his car when two people on a motorbike approached him and killed …

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Russian documentary blames CIA for assassination plan against PM Karamanlis (video ENG subtitles)

A Russian documentary claims that the CIA had plotted to assassinate Greece’s conservative former Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis in 2009 over opening relations to Russia as well as geo-political and energy plans in the area. The documentary was broadcast on main Russian TV news show Vesti a week ago. According …

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Greek among the injured in Russian ambassador’s assassination in Ankara

Turkish interior minister announced that a Greek was among the injured during the assassination shooting targeting Russian ambassador Andrey Karlov in Ankara  Monday afternoon. Anastasios Zimpirikakis was among the people attending the inauguration of the art exhibition, where Karlov was killed by a Turkish policeman. Zimpirikakis was slightly injured, his …

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Alleged assassination plot against Ecumenical Partiarch Vartholomeos foiled

An alleged assassination plot against Ecumenical Patriarch Vartholomeos has been foiled by police in Turkey. According to Turkish media, one suspect has been arrested while police is searching for two others.  The investigation was launched after a letter was sent from the Central Anatolia province of Kayseri, claiming that the …

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