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Athens News Agency: News in English, 10-09-15

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] Some 30 tourists injured, 5 seriously, as Turkish-flag catamaran crashes into port on Kos
  • [02] Papariga press conf' at TIF

  • [01] Some 30 tourists injured, 5 seriously, as Turkish-flag catamaran crashes into port on Kos

    ANA-MPA/Some 30 tourists were injured, of which five seriously, on Wednesday when a Turkish-flagged catamaran crashed into a pier in the port of the island of Kos.

    The vessel had set off from the Turkish town of Didim with 213 tourists aboard, mostly British nationals.

    The accident occurred at 11:20 a.m. as the crew attempted to tie up at Kos.

    According to initial indications, the accident is due to engine problems.

    The injured tourists were rushed to Kos Hospital, while the Kos port authority is investigation the circumstances and causes.

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    [02] Papariga press conf' at TIF

    ANA-MPa/November's local government elections are comparative to general elections and are of great importance because they will be the first ballot after the Memorandum, Communist Party of Greece (KKE) leader Aleka Papariga said on Wednesday during a press conference in the context of her visit to the 75th Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF), and called on voters to "crush" the two mainstream parties, ruling PASOK and main opposition New Democracy (ND) in the upcoming ballot.

    Papariga accused the PASOK government of having waged the most barbarous attack against the working people, warning that although the Memorandum procedures may end in 2013 the repercussions will continue for many years to come.

    She also accused ND of, although not voting in favor of the Memorandum in parliament, in reality backing the Memorandum-related measures and of not saying that it will abolish those measures if it takes power.

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