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'Fairy tale is over,' brother of escaped terrorist says

Savvas Xeros, the brother of escaped convict Christodoulos Xeros, on Thursday ruled out the prospect of disbanded November 17 terrorist group being resurrected.
eKathimerini: January 23, 2014

Search for Xiros continues; three arrested

Counter-terrorism on Wednesday carried out two arrests in Athens and one in Thessaloniki as it continued to search for fugitive terrorist Christodoulos Xiros, who disappeared and has been at large
January 23, 2014

Reward in hunt for Greek fugitives

Greece's public order minister is offering a reward of about four million euro (£3.3 million) for information leading to the capture of fugitive terrorists.
The Courier: January 22, 2014

Police operation to locate fugitive Xiros underway

Police's investigation to locate fugitive Christodoulos Xiros, member of November 17 terror group, continued with raids in houses in Athens and Thessaloniki, police sources said on Wednesday.
January 23, 2014

Jailed November 17 leader says ministers to blame for Xiros' escape

In a letter published in Tuesday's issue of Eleftherotypia, Alexandros Giotopoulos, one of the founders of the terror group in 1975, said that the authorities did 'nothing' to prevent the escape of Christodoulos Xiros
Enet: January 21, 2014

N17 head suggests government knew of Xeros's escape plans

Alexandros Giotopoulos, the 70-year-old convicted leader of the November 17 terrorist organization who is currently serving 17 consecutive life sentences, sent a letter to the Athens-based Eleftherotypia daily on Tuesday
eKathimerini: January 21, 2014

Greek extremist Christodoulos Xiros threatens government

A Greek fugitive who disappeared while on prison leave has threatened the government with armed action, accusing it of ruining the country with austerity measures.
BBC: January 20, 2014

Escaped Greek terrorist purportedly vows action

A Greek man serving six life sentences for participating in a left-wing terrorist organization, and who vanished during a weeklong furlough from prison earlier this month, has purportedly posted a statement on an Internet site vowing a return to armed action.
Sacramento Bee: January 20, 2014

At least 21 dead in attack on Kabul restaurant

Afghan authorities say the death toll from a Taliban attack on a Lebanese restaurant in Kabul, frequented by foreigners and affluent Afghans, rose to 21 on Saturday.
January 18, 2014

Greek central bank chief received bullets in mail - police

Greece's central bank chief received two rifle bullets and a threatening letter in a mailed envelope, police said on Friday.
Reuters: January 17, 2014