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    Greek Killings Possibly Revenge

    Greek counter-terrorism squad members gather evidence outside the local branch of ultra-right wing Golden Dawn party in the northern Athens suburb of Neo Iraklio after a drive-by shooting on November 1, 2013. Two people were killed and another was seriously injured after shots were fired by two people on a motorbike as it passed the offices of the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party in Athens, according to the police. AFP PHOTO / ANGELOS TZORTZINIS        (Photo credit should read ANGELOS TZORTZINIS/AFP/Getty Images)

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    A Friday night drive-by shooting in Athens, Greece that claimed the lives of two far-right Golden Dawn party members is thought to perhaps be an act by leftist extremists, according to police, raising fears of revenge killings between the two radical groups. Greece’s counter-terrorism squad has taken over the investigation. 

    Read it at The Telegraph