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Greece: More Cameras Burn in Athens
A pair of traffic cameras in Athens, Greece burst into flame.

A pair of traffic cameras were doused in gasoline and set on fire in Athens, Greece on Saturday between three and four in the morning. The first camera was located in the southern end of the city on Vouliagmenis Avenue in Voula. The second camera burned in Pallini in northeast Athens.

Source: Camera flash (Ekathimerini (Greece), 7/16/2006)



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