Two face charges over killing, dismembering 27-year-old Syrian

19 December 2015
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A 32-year-old Syrian detained in Trikala Prison and a 22-year-old compatriot being sought by police face charges over the murder of a 27-year-old Syrian in Athens in 2014, whose body parts were discovered in a dumpster in Kallithea, southern Athens.

Police believe the suspects killed and subsequently dismembered the victim after he paid them 4,000 euros for forged documents to travel to Sweden.

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