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Man arrested after fatal stabbings

An 18-year-old was Friday arrested in the town of Molos in the prefecture of Fthiotida, central Greece, for allegedly stabbing his 89-year-old grandmother and a 75-year-old neighbor to death on Thursday evening.

The man is also suspected of seriously injuring the 75-year-old’s 58-year-old spouse.

Meanwhile, a 36-year-old man was found dead in an apparent suicide Friday in the village of Therissos, in Iraklio, Crete.

Police are investigating both cases.

ekathimerini.com , Friday December 7, 2012 (20:58)  
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