Tuesday

31st May 2016

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Greece's Pasok HQ hit by gunfire

Two bullets hit Greece's centre-left Pasok party headquarters in Athens, reports Reuters. Police bomb experts are at the scene. "Two office windows on the second and third floor have been hit by a firearm. The anti-terrorism unit has taken over the investigation," Greek police told reporters.

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