Killing Revives Fear of Domestic Terrorism in Greece

The New York Times reports that the cartridge cases of the 16 bullets fired at Mr. Giolias, 37, a little-known journalist and blogger, were linked to weapons used in attacks by Greece’s deadliest active guerrilla group, the Sect of Revolutionaries. An official at the Greek police headquarters, which itself became a target last month when a letter bomb killed the 52-year-old assistant to the public order minister, confirmed on Tuesday that the force was treating the murder of Mr. Giolias as a terrorist act.

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  1. Time feature on the Sect of Revolutionaries:

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