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Fugitive Golden Dawn convict Christos Pappas arrested in Athens suburb

Fugitive Golden Dawn convict Christos Pappas was arrested in Zografou suburb of Athens late on Thursday. He was reportedly living in an apartment registered under a different name. According to latest information, it was a woman offering him shelter. 59-year-old Pappas was second in command and right hand of the …

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Golden Dawn convict Pappas vanished in thin air to escape arrest

Police is seeking for one of the Golden Dawn leaders, convict Christos Pappas, who has chosen to disappear instead to find himself in prison. It was a few hours after the court ruling on Thursday, when police officers visited Pappa’s home with an arrest warrant in their hands. The law …

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Fugitive $600billion Artemis Sorras releases manifesto urging his supporters launch protests

The man who would save Greece from its debt, the self-proclaimed trillionaire is now officially a fugitive. While police combs the area of Patras, Artemis Sorras uploaded a manifesto video in which he states that he will never surrender. He calls on his supporters to launch a protest demonstration outside …

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Body of Turkish soldier found in Evros river, he was trying to flee Turkey purge

The body of a Turkish soldier was found in Evros river, the natural border between Greece and Turkey. He was missing for 78 days, after he attempted to illegally cross into Greece through the Evros [Turkish: Maritsa] together with his family. He was a computer engineer at the Missile Base …

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Police arrests fugitive far-left militant Pola Roupa

After two years of search, Greek police captured fugitive far-left militant Pola Roupa in an operation early Thursday morning. The 48-year-old woman was hiding together with her child in a one-room apartment in Agios Dimitrios suburb of south Athens. Together with Roupa, police arrested also a 25-year-old Greek woman who …

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Erdogan’s hand in Turkish embassy in Athens: Two military attaches missing

Turkey’s anti-coup purge continues and it looks as if it has reached Greece, exactly the Turkish embassy in Athens. According to an exclusive report by military affairs website OnAlert.gr, several diplomatic passports of diplomatic staff at the Turkish Embassy in Athens has been suspended on August 7th. The decision has …

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Greece’s Navy & Coast Guard on alert to stop alleged coup-plotters fleeing Turkey

Greek Armed Forces, Navy and Coast Guard are on alert after receiving information by their Turkish colleagues that two inflatable boats with coup-plotters are heading to Greece. Target of the boats with Turkish commandos is allegedly the island of Symi and/or Rhodes in South-Eastern Aegean Sea, close to the Turkish …

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Convicted “17 November” members vs fugitive “17 November” member

Two convicted members of “17 November” distanced themselves from fugitive Christodoulos Xiros who threatened to take up again the armed struggle. Speaking to media from the prison cells of Korydallos in Athens, Xiros’s younger brother Savvas and Dimitris Koufontinas let the fugitive Xiros know that the “17 November” was over. …

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Fugitive November-17 terrorist Chr. Xiros threatens to take up the arms

Fugitive Chrstodoulos Xiros, a convicted gunman of urban guerrilla “17 November”, has threatened the Greek government with armed action for running the country with austerity measures. In a video uploaded on internet, Christodoulos Xiros said among others: “I’ve decided to fire the guerrilla shotgun against those who stole our lives …

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Convicted 17-November terrorist Chr. Xeros escapes while in furlough

Convicted terrorist and member of “17th November” organization  Christodoulos Xeros was at large on Tuesday after failing to check in with the local police station in Halkidiki, northern Greece. Xeros was granted a nine-day furlough on January 1st and he was ordered to report to local police station in Nea …

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