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Greek authorities request Italian judicial assistance in terror case

Δημοσίευση 7 Ιανουαρίου 2011, 13:53 / Ανανεώθηκε 27 Ιουνίου 2013, 14:55
Greek authorities request Italian judicial assistance in terror case
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Greek appeals court magistrates handling terrorism cases have asked for the assistance of Italian judicial authorities investigating the terror group “Lambros Fountas Cell" of the Informal Federation of Anarchy (FAI).

Greek appeals court magistrates handling terrorism cases have asked for the assistance of Italian judicial authorities investigating the terror group “Lambros Fountas Cell" of the Informal Federation of Anarchy (FAI).

Greek authorities on Thursday revealed that they have requested details concerning the wiring of two parcel bombs sent to the Swiss and Chilean embassies in Rome a few days earlier. A similar request has also been sent by Italian investigators to their counterparts in Greece.

The next few days the examining magistrates are expected to bring additional charges against suspects accused of sending parcel bombs to embassies in Greece. So far, two people caught in possession of parcel bombs have been charged with sending four of the parcel bombs found.

Lambros Fountas was a self-styled Greek anarchist killed in a shoot-out with Athens police in March 2010.