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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 12-04-29

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

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  • [01] New migrant detention facility opens north of Athens
  • [02] Police give name, photo of HIV-infected woman charged with prostitution
  • [03] Athens Newspaper Headlines - Sunday
  • [04] 3 illegal migrants die after car overturns in Evros prefecture

  • [01] New migrant detention facility opens north of Athens

    AMNA / The first of 30 recently announced illegal migrant detention centres was opened early Sunday afternoon in the Amygdaleza township, north of Athens, inside the perimeter of a police academy.

    According to initial reports, a total of 56 foreign nationals -- all identified as illegal immigrants -- were transferred to the new facility. Moreover, a team of Hellenic Center for Disease Control & Prevention (KEEL.PNO) staff members was dispatched to the site. amna

    The placement of the new detention centre has generated angry reactions by local residents, with another protest rally scheduled for later in the day. www.amna.gr

    [02] Police give name, photo of HIV-infected woman charged with prostitution

    AMNA / Greek Police (EL.AS) on Sunday took the unprecedented decision to announce the name and photograph of an HIV-injected 22-year-old woman who allegedly worked as a prostitute.

    According to reports, the woman, a Russian national, was arrested in an illegal brothel in the centre of the city. www.amna.gr

    A press release by police said publication of her name and photograph aims to protect public health, combat instances of HIV-infected individuals working in the sex trade and to dissuade similar behaviour.

    Additionally, authorities called on men who believe they may have had sex with the specific woman to immediately seek HIV testing.

    The suspect has been charged with felonious bodily injury and a handful of misdemeanors related to illegal prostitution. She was remanded in custody. amna

    [03] Athens Newspaper Headlines - Sunday

    AMNA / The upcoming May 6 general elections in Greece dominated the front pages of Athens' Sunday newspapers.

    AVGHI: "With the left leading we're changing page".

    DIMOKRATIA: "Samaras' gamble for protest vote to become positive vote".

    ELEFTHEROS TYPOS: "Covert trends transforming the (upcoming election) results".

    EPOCHI: "We can without them," the slogan of leftist SYRIZA party.

    ETHNOS: "Lack of government a nightmare .. 50 percent wager for PASOK, ND".

    KATHIMERINI: "Scenarios for the next day (after elections)".

    L0GOS: "Desperate...households - Number of households unable to repay their loans on the rise".

    PROTO THEMA (weekly): "Panic from latest opinion polls".

    REAL NEWS (weekly): "10 party leaders provide answer to newspaper".

    RIZOSPASTIS: Banners a headline on the Communist Party's candidate tickets.

    TO PARON (weekly): "Hidden opinion poll results".

    VIMA: "Opinion polls of rage".

    VRADYNI: "Samaras plan for SMEs, pensioners".

    [04] 3 illegal migrants die after car overturns in Evros prefecture

    AMNA / Three people identified as illegal immigrants were killed in the early morning hours of Sunday after a vehicle they were riding in overturned during a car chase in Evros prefecture, extreme NE Greece.

    According to reports issued by Greek Police and Frontex, another four would-be migrants in the vehicle were seriously injured.

    Authorities said the driver of the car failed to stop for an inspection along a rural roadway in the border prefecture. www.amna

    The four injured people, identified as two Chinese nationals and two Iranians, were hospitalised in the city of Alexandroupolis.

    In a related development, a Syrian national was arrested along the banks of the Evros River, separating Greece and Turkey in the Thrace province, on migrant smuggling charges.

    The suspect was apprehended in a boat along with six illegal immigrants that had just crossed the river from the Turkish side. No information was given on the identity of the illegal immigrants.

    The Evros region has sprung to the limelight of European attention of late as a main "route" for mostly Third World migrants trying to enter the European Union via Turkey. amna


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