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ISIS terrorist from Syria arrested in migrant facility Athens

A prosecutor in Athens charged a 27-year old man from Syria with membership in the terrorist organization ISIS /DA’ESH and direct complicity in manslaughter as a terrorist act after an incident at the migrant facility in Eleonas, an Athens neighborhood, led to his arrest on Thursday. Citing sources, state-run news …

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Turkey says ceasefire agreement with Russia not to change refugee policy

Τhe ceasefire agreement between Turkey and Russia not to change refugee policy, presidential sources in Ankara said on Friday morning. The agreement on a ceasefire in Syria’s Idlib province does not require Ankara to change its refugee policy, the sources stressed. “The Russia-Turkey agreement does not require the rollback of …

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Coroner under fire for falsely claiming Syrian baby girl was “sexually abused” (Autopsy Report)

No words. How could a coroner claim in public that the 11-month-old refugee baby girl from Syria was “sexually abused,” when the final forensic examination showed that it wasn’t? The official autopsy report does not mention anywhere “sexual abuse.” The injuries in the body’s body most likely were caused by …

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Coroner confirms: Refugee baby girl from Syria was sexually abuse

A forensic examiner confirmed the suspected horror: the 11-month-old refugee baby girl from Syria that died on Sunday was sexually abused. A conducted autopsy could not determine the causes of the baby’s death so far. Results of toxicological tests are awaited. “It is clear that there has been abuse and …

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Athens police investigates death of 11-month-old refugee baby from Syria

Police in Athens investigates the death of an 11-month-old refugee baby from Syria. Preliminary forensic findings are shocking: the body of the baby girl had marks of sexual abuse, police said in a statement. However, the initial scenario of the baby abuse may change due to new findings in connection …

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Greek authorities on high alert for jihadists escaping from Syrian prisons

Greek security officials have been placed on high alert due to concerns that Islamic State jihadists who have escaped from North Syrian prison may seek their repatriation in Europe, using Greece as a bridge. In cooperation with the Europol, the Greeks will try to tighten security in the country’s land …

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Pence: 120-hour ceasefire between Turkey and the Kurds in North Syria

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced they have reached a cease-fire agreement between Turkey and Kurds, following a meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara. Turkey denies that there is ceasefire. Turkey will pause all military operations for 120 hours to allow …

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Varoufakis asks the Parliament to adopt resolution for Syria

Leader of opposition party MeRA25, Yanis Varoufakis, has officially asked the Greek Parliament to adopt a resolution for an immediate ceasefire on the Turkish-Syrian border, a no-fly zone over north Syria and the immediate dispatch of humanitarian aid. In a letter submitted to the Parliament Speaker on Wednesday, Varoufakis wrote …

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Trump imposes sanctions against Turkish officials over Syria offensive

The U.S. Treasury Department announced sanctions Monday on two high-ranking Turkish ministries and three senior government officials over Turkey’s military operation in northeastern Syria. Washington imposed sanctions on Turkey’s Ministry of National Defense and Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources and also on Minister of National Defense Hulusi Akar, Minister …

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EU Council slams Turkey for illegal drilling in Cyprus, Syria operation

With two conclusions the European Council condemned Turkey on Monday for both the military operation in Syria and the illegal drilling in Cyprus Exclusive Economic Zone. For the latter it also announced sanctions, even though it did not specify when these could go into effect. The EU condemns #Turkey’s military …

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Ankara furious at Turkish-Cypriot leader Akinci criticizing Syria Operation

Turkey’s vice president condemned Turkish-Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci for having criticized the operation in Syria. In a post on his Facebook account Akinci wrote “we call it Operation Peace Spring, yet it is not spilled water, but blood.” Akinci’s posted triggered an outrage in Turkey. “I condemn [Mustafa] Akinci who …

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Kurds protest Turkey’s invasion in Syria, set Erdogan’s posters, flag on fire

Together with local solidarity groups, hundreds of Kurds living in Greece joined rallies in Athens and Thessaloniki to protest the Turkish operation in Syria and the “ethnic cleansing of the Kurds in northern and eastern Syria.” They set posters of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and a Turkish flag on fire. …

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Greek Prime Minister, Foreign Ministry condemn Turkey’s offensive in Syria

Greece condemned on Thursday the Turkish invasion of Syria. Both the Prime Minister and the Foreign Ministry condemned the breach of borders and the violation of international Treaties. After a meeting with NATO Secretary General, Jens Stoltenberg, in Athens, PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis underlined that the forceful displacement of populations, changing …

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Erdogan threatens to flood Europe with 3.6 million Syrian refugees

Defending Europe’s condemnation of Turkey’s offensive in Syria, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan threatened to open the door for 3.6 million Syrian refugees, currently in Turkey, and send them to Europe. Claiming that his critics “are not honest”, Erdogan told a meeting of his AK Party on Thursday that he would …

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Turkey launches military “Operation Peace Spring” in Syria

It was short after 4 o’ clock Wednesday afternoon, when Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced with a Tweet that the military operation in Syria has started. He has name the invasion to the North of neighboring Syria in order to create a “safe zone” Operation Peace Spring. Türk Silahlı …

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UPD Amber Alert: 2-year-old refugee child missing from Omonia Sq, downtown Athens

A 2-year-old refugee child has been missing from Omonia square in downtown Athens since  Tuesday night, April 30, 2019. At the time of his disappearance, Shaaban Hayani was wearing a grey jacket with orange hood, black pants and he was barefoot. The child from Syria is 0.80m tall and weights …

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Huge amount of “Jihadists’ drugs” seized after ship docks at Piraeus port

In a joint operation, Greek and Turkish authorities stroke a blow to a cargo of more than 5 million Captagon pills, the so-called “Jihadists’ drugs” after a vessel docked at the port of Piraeus. Greek custom authorities discovered and seized the illegal cargo following a tip off by Turkish authorities. …

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19 drowned, at least 28 missing in migrants shipwreck north off Cyprus

For one more time, the sea becomes the deep blue grave for men, women and children trying to flee the conflict in Syria and seek a better, peaceful life.  At least 19 people were drowned when a boat carrying 150 refugees and migrants sank off Yalusa located in the occupied …

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