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Three More Rail Officials Charged Over Greek Train Crash

Three more Greek rail officials were charged on Thursday in connection with a train crash that killed 57 people, as protests continued and the government promised to overhaul rail safety. Magistrates overseeing an investigation into the causes of the crash...

Greek Station Master Due in Court After Rail Disaster

The station master involved in Greece's worst-ever train disaster is due to appear in court on Sunday to face charges for the crash that killed at least 57 people. The 59-year-old station master at Larissa, central Greece, has admitted responsibility...

Greeks Turn to Social Media for Students Missing in Rail Disaster

Greek parents, relatives and friends have turned to social media in search of young people, mostly students who are missing following the rail disaster at Tempi, central Greece on Tuesday night. People post photos of their loved ones on Twitter...

Greeks Rush to Donate Blood to Victims of Rail Disaster

Hundreds of people were seen waiting in line in Larissa, Greece to donate blood to the victims of the rail disaster. The response of the Greek public to the tragedy was immediate. At least 38 people were killed and more...

Station Master in Larissa, Greece Arrested After Deadly Train Crash

Police in Greece arrested the station master in the city of Larissa from where the fatal train left on its journey northwards toward Thessaloniki on Tuesday evening. According to a new update, 38 people lost their lives in the deadliest...

Excessive Speed Blamed for Fatal Train Crash in Adendro, According to Report

A preliminary report into the causes of the fatal train crash in the village of Adendro, near Thessaloniki, Greece, last week confirmed it was due to excessive speed, a preliminary report delivered to Infrastructure Minister Christos Spirtzis showed on...