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01/04/14
« on: Tuesday, 01 April, 2014 @ 17:04:47 »
Kefalonian Lines strike-bound again tomorrow, more news around 10:00 tomorrow. According to ticket office in Poros port.

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« Reply #1 on: Tuesday, 01 April, 2014 @ 17:07:36 »
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The cases of 908 non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are under scrutiny by Finance Ministry auditors, according to a document by Deputy Finance Minister Giorgos Mavraganis tabled in Parliament.

Those NGOs are included in the first round of checks, while according to Mavraganis more organizations will be checked.
http://www.amna.gr/english/articleview.php?id=5588

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« Reply #2 on: Tuesday, 01 April, 2014 @ 17:10:02 »
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An Albanian inmate who died in a prison in northern Greece last week under circumstances that are currently being investigated had sustained multiple injuries at different times, the investigating prosecutor heard on Monday.
http://www.ekathimerini.com/4dcgi/_w_articles_wsite1_1_31/03/2014_538623


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Nigrita Prison guards were arrested on Tuesday and charged with causing the death of Albanian inmate Ili Kareli. Specifically, they were charged with torture resulting in death and torture intended to inflict serious physical injury. Arrest warrants are pending against another four Nigrita Prison guards.

Three correctional officers have already been arrested, while an arrest warrant has been issued for the Nigrita Prison Guards' president Haris Konsolidis, who was admitted to the Serres General Hospital Psychiatric Clinic in the early afternoon on Monday.
http://www.amna.gr/english/articleview.php?id=5591

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« Reply #3 on: Tuesday, 01 April, 2014 @ 19:31:53 »
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A man who ran a Microsoft computer scam tricking people into paying for free anti-virus software has received a suspended four-month jail sentence.

Mohammed Khalid Jamil, 34, from Luton, hired people at an Indian call centre to falsely tell victims their computers had a serious problem.

The targets would be charged between £35 and £150 for software Microsoft made available for free.

As well as the suspended sentence, Jamil was ordered to pay a £5,000 fine.

He must also pay £5,665 compensation and £13,929 in prosecution costs.
http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-26818745