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November 6, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
A man arrested in the killing of two people and the hijacking of a busload of Japanese tourists died after hurling himself from a window at police headquarters in Athens. Police said Christos Kendiras, 48, broke away from four officers and threw himself through a seventh-story window after his handcuffs were removed for his fingerprints to be taken.
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November 30, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
The general manager of a shipping company under siege for one of Greece's worst maritime disasters leaped to his death near the port where the ferry departed on its doomed voyage that left 80 people dead. Pandelis Sfinias, 62, jumped from the sixth floor of the building housing Minoan Lines and landed on a parked car in Piraeus. He died instantly, police said. Minoan Lines is the parent corporation of Minoan Flying Dolphins, which owned the ferry that sank in a gale Sept. 26.
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November 30, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
The general manager of a shipping company under siege for one of Greece's worst maritime disasters leaped to his death near the port where the ferry departed on its doomed voyage that left 80 people dead. Pandelis Sfinias, 62, jumped from the sixth floor of the building housing Minoan Lines and landed on a parked car in Piraeus. He died instantly, police said. Minoan Lines is the parent corporation of Minoan Flying Dolphins, which owned the ferry that sank in a gale Sept. 26.
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November 6, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
A man arrested in the killing of two people and the hijacking of a busload of Japanese tourists died after hurling himself from a window at police headquarters in Athens. Police said Christos Kendiras, 48, broke away from four officers and threw himself through a seventh-story window after his handcuffs were removed for his fingerprints to be taken.
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