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July 13, 1988 | WILLIAM D. MONTALBANO, Times Staff Writer
Greek police on Tuesday blamed hostage-seeking Arab terrorists who botched their mission for the indiscriminate attack on a shipload of foreign tourists. The government reported nine dead and 23 others still hospitalized Tuesday night following the attack Monday as the small cruise ship City of Poros headed for port after a sunny day's visit to Aegean islands.
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July 21, 1988
The Greek government identified four Arabs it suspects of being involved in a terrorist attack on a Greek cruise ship and tied the leader to a 1978 killing claimed by the Abu Nidal terrorist group. Public Order Minister Anastasios Sehiotis said police had been able to piece together events leading up to the attack on passengers of the liner City of Poros on July 11.
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July 14, 1988 | WILLIAM D. MONTALBANO, Times Staff Writer
Warning that it will not be intimidated by international terrorists, the Greek government Wednesday ordered the immediate trial of a self-described Palestinian fighter wanted by the United States for the 1982 bombing of an American airliner. Mohammed Rashid, 34, will go on trial today amid speculation that terrorists who killed nine foreign tourists on a cruise ship Monday may have been seeking hostages to barter for his release.
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July 14, 1988 | WILLIAM D. MONTALBANO, Times Staff Writer
Warning that it will not be intimidated by international terrorists, the Greek government Wednesday ordered the immediate trial of a self-described Palestinian fighter wanted by the United States for the 1982 bombing of an American airliner. Mohammed Rashid, 34, will go on trial today amid speculation that terrorists who killed nine foreign tourists on a cruise ship Monday may have been seeking hostages to barter for his release.
NEWS
July 21, 1988
The Greek government identified four Arabs it suspects of being involved in a terrorist attack on a Greek cruise ship and tied the leader to a 1978 killing claimed by the Abu Nidal terrorist group. Public Order Minister Anastasios Sehiotis said police had been able to piece together events leading up to the attack on passengers of the liner City of Poros on July 11.
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July 12, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
Masked gunmen hurling grenades and firing submachine guns killed nine people and wounded at least 60 others in an attack Monday on a Greek ship packed with foreign tourists, the Greek government said. Merchant Marine Minister Evangelos Yiannopoulos said the cruise ship City of Poros, carrying 400 passengers and 71 crew members, came under attack in the early evening as it was returning from a daily island cruise in the Aegean Sea.
NEWS
July 13, 1988 | WILLIAM D. MONTALBANO, Times Staff Writer
Greek police on Tuesday blamed hostage-seeking Arab terrorists who botched their mission for the indiscriminate attack on a shipload of foreign tourists. The government reported nine dead and 23 others still hospitalized Tuesday night following the attack Monday as the small cruise ship City of Poros headed for port after a sunny day's visit to Aegean islands.
NEWS
July 12, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
Masked gunmen hurling grenades and firing submachine guns killed nine people and wounded at least 60 others in an attack Monday on a Greek ship packed with foreign tourists, the Greek government said. Merchant Marine Minister Evangelos Yiannopoulos said the cruise ship City of Poros, carrying 400 passengers and 71 crew members, came under attack in the early evening as it was returning from a daily island cruise in the Aegean Sea.
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