State of emergency declared in Halkidiki after freak weather
A state of emergency was declared in the northern Greek region of Halkidiki
Thursday after six people died in deadly storms and gale-force winds that hit
the area late Wednesday night.
Six foreign nationals from Romania, the Czech Republic and Russia, including
two children died in accidents related to the severe weather.
A Romanian woman and an 8-year-old boy died after a roof collapsed on a
restaurant in Nea Plagia, and a Russian man and a young boy were killed
after a tree collapsed near their hotel in the seaside town of Potidea.... [Read More]
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