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Man drives pick up truck in front of Parliament, threatens to detonate bomb

A man drove a pickup truck in front of the Greek Parliament in downtown Athens at 10 o’ clock Monday morning, stopped it in front of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and threatened to detonate an explosive device. Police and bomb disposal experts rushed to the spot and the …

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Farmer’s plowing machine unearths ancient statue in Doliche

The plowing machine of a farmer in Elassona unearthed an ancient headless statue in the area of Doliche village in Elassona, Central Greece. The 78-year-old man was plowing his field when the machine was stuck at what he initially thought it was a big stone. He reportedly dug with his …

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Police arrests 27-year-old farmer for the murder of Suzanne Eaton UPD

A 27-year-old suspect has been arrested by police for the murder of US biologist Suzanne Eaton. According to local media, the father of two has confessed the heinous crime that shocked the communities in Crete, Greece and around the globe. The farmer is married and a father of two, he …

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Grazing Bull runs wild and kills farmer, shot dead by police

An odd story: Out of the blue a grazing bull run wild and allegedly killed a farmer in a village of Ancient Corinth, North-East Peloponnese. The 72-year-old died immediately after the bull attacked him, “nailing his horns into his belly” local media report. The victim was returning home after visiting …

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Chania: Body of 61-year-old breeder missing in Cretan floods found

Tragic end for the 24-hour for the operation in Chania: the body of the 61-year-old breeder was found between Georgioupolis and Vryses, 10km away from where the man was swept away. The Search and Rescue operation in Chania Prefecture concluded with a tragedy short after 12:300 Tuesday noon. The breeder’s …

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Late Minoan Treasuries: The Unlooted Tomb by Ierapetra, Crete (picts)

It needed a local farmer, his truck and a parking attempt to have archaeologists unearth an rare treasury, the unlooted chamber tomb dated to the Late Minoan IIIA-B period by Ierapetra, Crete. The chamber tomb can be dated approximately from 1400 to 1200 BC, the Greek Culture Ministry said on …

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Farmer in custody for having shot Syrian teenager on Lesvos

A court on the island of Lesvos remanded custody to the 78-year-old farmer who shot and wounded a teenager refugee from Syria last week. Together with his family the 16-year-old asylum seeker had sought refuge in the farmer’s land plot to escape violence in the Moria hot spot nearby. The …

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