Greek Court Convicts Six People on Terrorism Charges, ANA Says

A Greek court found six people guilty of membership of the terrorist organization Conspiracy of the Cells of Fire and of possession of explosives used in attacks in 2009, Athens News Agency reported.

The sentences for the six ranged from 11 to 25 years for offences in connection to three separate bombings that targeted the homes of Greek politicians, including former labor minister Louka Katseli, as well as a government building, the state-run news agency said. Another defendant was found guilty of misdemeanour charges and two others were acquitted, ANA said.

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