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Parked Tourist Coach Torched in Athens Early on Friday

June 14, 2019
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ATHENS – Unknown perpetrators torched a Albanian-owned tourist coach parked near Karaiskaki Square just before 5:00 on Friday morning. Two fire engines and six fire fighters responded to the call and put out the fire but the coach was completely destroyed.

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