Assailants set Turkish consulate employee’s car on fire in Greece

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - ATHENS, Dec 23 — Unknown assailants set the car of a Turkish consulate employee ablaze early today in the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki, a police official said.

Authorities were investigating the incident which took place around 3:30 am.

“There was extended damage,” said the official who declined to be named. There were no injuries.

Arson attacks are not uncommon in the country which has a history of political violence.

Athens and Ankara, NATO allies, are at odds over various decades-old issues ranging from mineral rights in the Aegean Sea to ethnically split Cyprus.

A recent deal between Turkey and Libya over maritime boundaries has angered Greece, which sees the move as infringing its own sovereign rights. — Reuters

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