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Greek Police Got Talent: Officer on duty sings along with street musician

A Greek police officer was on patrol on Thursday evening when he saw a street musician in Monastiraki. He obviously could not resist the challenge and decided “a creative short break” was worth it. He grabbed the microphone and started to sing “Stand by Me.” The video posted by a …

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Athens: Metro station close to public due to demo Mar 11/2017

Metro station <Monastiraki> in downtown Athens will be closed to public as of 10:30 am Saturday, March 11th 2o17 due to demonstration. The metro will pass through the station, however it will not halt, the public will not be able neither to get on or off. Greek police took the …

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Anarchists damage two metro stations in Athens

A group of some 20 people, wearing hoods and holding sledge hammers caused severe damage at the metro station of Monastiraki on Saturday night. They destroyed eight automatic ticket sellers, an ATM, five ticket machines, broke the windows of management office. They sprayed slogans and threw flyers demanding the release …

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Athens: Fugitive terrorist captured; 4 injuries, among them 2 tourists

Fugitive Nikos Maziotis, a prominent member of “Revolutionary Struggle”, was captured on Wednesday morning in downtown Athens, Greek media report. In clashes with police in one of Athens most crowded shopping streets, Maziotis, one policeman and one Australian tourist were injured. Media incl state television report also of a ‘second …

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