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An impressive traffic jam has been formed along the Struma highway close to Dupnitsa as more and more cars are heading to Greece, as announced by the Bulgarian National Radio.
The line of vehicles has been formed on account of the increased traffic and the construction works in the final stages of the Struma highway project.
Loukas Sehremelis was just 12 years old when Nazi troops burst into his house in the Greek village of Distomo, shooting and killing indiscriminately.
"A burly German soldier launched himself through the window and fired a shot in the air from his pistol," said Sehremelis, now 83, sitting in the tiny living room where his family was massacred on June 10, 1944.
The Easter miracle of “Resurrection” is still a ways away for the radical leftist Greek government, as it turns its focus towards the April 24 Eurogroup meeting after Greek PM Alexis Tsipras talks and photo-ops in Moscow.
The Greek government apparently knows full well that time is running out in order to find a solution — i.e. cash – in the Eurogroup.
One of the more unusual moments in Greek PM Alexis Tsipras’ official visit to Russia this week came during a visit to the Mgimo University in Moscow, where a young man who identified himself as a Kurd asked, in decent Greek, if diplomatic relations between Greece and … “Kurdistan” could be established.