Immigration officers detain illegal nurses at Nikaia

23 March 2017
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Officers of the Greek Police’s immigration department on Thursday detained five women who are alleged to have been working illegally as nurses at the Nikaia General Hospital near Piraeus.

The women – two Georgians, two Bulgarians and an Albanian national – had no nursing qualifications or health insurance, according to police sources.

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