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In a sign that his government is coming under intense pressure over the Tempe train crash and that it did not calibrate its initial response to the tragedy correctly, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has apologised for the loss of life and the circumstances the collision occurred in.
The Greek PM has made a habit of publishing what appear to be carefully curated Facebook posts on Sundays. The messages are usually a mix of specific political points and broader themes, even bordering on lifestyle issues such as book recommendations. H...
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