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The pressure on the government over the Tempe train crash continues to mount as New Democracy faces a second widespread strike over the railway collision and SYRIZA tries to fend off its attempts to deflect some of the blame for the accident, which claimed 57 lives.
SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras gave on Tuesday night his first televised interview following the deadly accident and attempted to halt the government’s effort to spread the blame for the poor state of Greece’s rail system over time and across the politica...
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