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Greek Train, Ferries Evacuated After Bomb Alert

Greek police evacuated a train travelling between Athens and the Greek-Bulgarian border and three ferries on Thursday following bomb alerts, police said. Nearly 40 passengers travelling between Greece’s second city Salonika and the north-eastern city of Alexandroupolis were ordered off the train at the station in the town of Drama. Anti-terrorist experts rushed to the scene to search the train. The bomb alert was given in an anonymous call to a train station near Drama. ‘The train left Drama station three hours after the alert,’ station master Kleanthis Karayannidis said. Two ferries, the Theofilos and the Possidon Hellas, set to leave Greece’s main port Piraeus for the islands of Lesbos and Egina respectively were also evacuated after bomb alerts, police said. Full Story

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