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The Hellenic Radio (ERA): News in English, 02-08-05

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From: The Hellenic Radio (ERA) <www.ert.gr/>

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  • [01] Weather forecast
  • [02] Battle against terrorism continues

  • [01] Weather forecast

    The weather will be sunny throughout Greece on Monday, with local cloud in the north in the afternoon. Winds will be westerly, light to moderate. Temperatures will range from 20 to 37 C in the north and in the Ionian, 21-39 C on the rest of the mainland, and 23-35 C in the Aegean. Athens will be sunny, with temperatures of 26-39 C. The same in Thessaloniki, with temperatures of 24-37 C.

    (5/8/2002 10:47:00 )

    [02] Battle against terrorism continues

    After being charged by the Appeal&#8217;s Court D.A, with participating in a criminal organization, manufacture, supply, and possession of explosives by complicity, illegal possession of firearms by complicity, 1st degree murder, robbery and bombing, Sotiris Kondylis is to imprisoned at Korydallos prison today.

    At the same time, the weapons and explosive devices discovered on Arditos hill behind the Panathaninaiko-Kallimarmaro Stadium yesterday, are being examined at the anti-terrorist laboratories. According to the police authorities, the weaponry did not belong to November 17 arsenal, but to a minor terrorist organization.

    Meanwhile, the Army, assisted by security police, are continuing intensive investigations to track down those responsible for the theft of weaponry from an army depot on the island of Kos.

    According to press reports, taking part in the investigations is a public prosecutor, while until late Saturday night all the officers at the army camp gave statements and all leave has been suspended.

    The lists of all the officers and soldiers who have served in the specific camp during the last two years are being investigated at the Army General Staff.

    Finally, the police is examining the telephone call received at the Kos Police authorities that reported the theft.

    (5/8/2002 10:52:00 )


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