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Greece: August 15 Celebration Overshadowed by Brutal Athens Murders

On August 15, 2012, as user @northaura points out: ”Greece celebrates the Assumption of Mary, one of the biggest Greek orthodox days”, yet “2 people are found murdered thrown in a dustbin”. Journalist and human rights activist @NikoAgo had earlier tweeted [el] about the discovery of two murdered people in an Athens neighbourhood, probably of Polish or Romanian origin [el]. One of them was found inside a dustbin [el] tied up with wire.

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