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A woman injured in a mistaken attack by Coalition forces on a wedding party lies in an Afghan hospital

GREECE
Finally Caught in The Act: 17 November
Greek police made their first-ever breakthrough in the hunt for the country's most elusive terror group, the Revolutionary Organization 17 November. Authorities named Savvas Xeros, a 40-year-old icon painter who was severely wounded June 29 in a botched bomb attack in Piraeus, as a foot soldier of the self-proclaimed Marxist-Leninist group. Police later found a computer and weapons at 17 November's main hide-out, a ground-floor apartment in the residential Kato Patisia district in Athens. A second weapons cache was later discovered in the district of Pangrati. This is the closest...

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