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Athens News Agency: News in English, 11-03-19

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

CONTENTS

  • [01] Police release photos, fake names used by terror group
  • [02] Roma death prompts retaliatory attack on Ano Liossia landfill
  • [03] Athens Newspaper Headlines 

  • [01] Police release photos, fake names used by terror group

    The Greek police have released 16 photographs of the five suspected members of the terror group "Conspiracy of Cells of Fire" recently arrested in Volos and Kifissia, as well as the names used by the group in various fake documents, appealing to members of the public to come forth with any information concerning these.

    The 16 photographs were released on Friday afternoon and had all been used by suspects Georgios Nikolopoulos, Damianos Bolano, Christos Tsakalou, Giorgos Polydorou, Olga Economidou and Mihalis Nikolopoulos to make fake identity cards and other documents.

    In addition, they also released the names of 11 people used on the fake documents and details of another 16 that had been found on hand-written notes in premises used by the suspects, which the counter terrorism squad believes would have been used in the same way.

    The documents and other evidence were found and confiscated in the apartments on Ellispontou Street, Volos and Sapfous Street in Kallithea.

    The names used in the fake IDs were Christos Lykogeorgos of Epaminondas, Georgios Vassiliou of Anastasios, Loukoutos-Vokos of Ioannis, Anastasios Kokotinis of Georgios, Maria Arianoutsou of Theodoros, Georgios Fakinos of Emmanuel, Dimitrios Konstantopoulos of Panagiotis, Dimitrios Kapetanopoulos of Periklis, Peter Athanassiou (two IDs) and Antonios Makris of Georgios.

    The 16 names found in hand-written notes were the following: Georgia Tripolitaki, Maria Rita Angeliki Kailothanasaki, Constantinos Doulas, Evangelos Evaggelidis, Leonidas Stylianos, Orestis Magkas, Vassilios Bourdouvalis, Nikolaos Vlatas Vlatakis, Stefania Patsarika, Constantinos Bougiopoulos, Dimitrios Vakakis, Evangelos Zafeiris, Georgia Manoli, Dionysios Xenakis and the names of two Pakistanis and one Romanian on asylum applications.

    Police have urged members of the public to volunteer any information they might have concerning any of the above names, confidentially, at the counter terrorism service phone lines 170, 1014 and 1964.

    More details on the subscriber's page of ANA-MPA | Subscription request form

    

    [02] Roma death prompts retaliatory attack on Ano Liossia landfill

    The accidental death of a Roma gypsy scavenging among rubbish at the Ano Liossia landfill on Saturday prompted an angry retaliatory attack by other groups of Roma, who attacked the landfill, set fires and torched three machines.

    The man was seriously injured when he was accidentally swept away by a refuse compressor and died on his way to Tzanio Hospital in Piraeus.

    News of his death triggered an angry reaction, with incidents that lasted two hours before the intervention of MAT riot police to restore order. The fire in the landfill was put out by the fire brigade, using eight fire engines and 24 firemen.

    An inquiry into the circumstances of the man's death has been launched by the police.

    More details on the subscriber's page of ANA-MPA | Subscription request form

    

    [03] Athens Newspaper Headlines

    The Saturday edition of Athens' dailies at a glance

    The drums of war pounding in nearby Libya and issues concerning taxation and economic policy in Greece mostly dominated the headlines on Saturday in Athens' dailies.

    ADESMEFTOS TYPOS: "How 700,000 farmers will be taxed".

    AVGI: "War games in our back yard".

    DEMOKRATIA: "Red alert for Libya".

    ETHNOS: "Zero hour for bombing in Libya - Green light from UN Security Council for action".

    ELEFTHEROS: "(ND leader Antonis) Samaras: George (Papandreou, Prime minister) see your Waterloo in the new IMF report".

    ELEFTHEROTYPIA: "No more money to 44 hospitals and 20 universities".

    ELEFTHEROS TYPOS: "War preparations to 'evict' Gaddafi".

    ESTIA: "Inexcusable posturing - Basic political understanding is needed".

    KATHIMERINI: "Gaddafi manoeuvres in Libya - ultimatum from Obama".

    LOGOS: "Drums of war in the Mediterranean - reservations in the West".

    IMERISSIA: "We are not backing down on public utilities, real property - (Finance Minister) George Papaconstantinou shows his hand to Imerissia".

    NAFTEMPORIKI: "A second round of changes to taxation begins".

    NIKI TIS DIMOKRATIAS: "Shock and...awe for IKA and OAEE"

    RIZOSPASTIS: "Fires of war in Libya - No to Greece's involvement."

    STO KARFI: "Samaras in the trap of 'No to the Memorandum' - A babel regarding the results of the summit".

    : "So far, so near...the tragedy in Japan, the bloodshed in Libya".

    VRADYNI: "State in a process of falling apart".

    More details on the subscriber's page of ANA-MPA | Subscription request form


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