Chemical-laced envelopes sent to Greece: NIA probes case


The National Investigation Agency has launched a probe to find the suspects who sent over a dozen identical “suspicious envelopes” carrying some chemical to universities across Greece from India last month, triggering panic in the European country.

Some of the envelopes had “Islamic content” inside, following which the Greek anti-terrorism unit initiated a probe and approached the Indian government.

The envelopes were sent to the universities and some private institutions in Athens, Crete, Lesvos, Corfu, Cephalonia, Arta, Sparta and Volos among others. Read More

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