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Subject Greek GOLD Mine Attacked with Explosives
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THESSALONIKI, Greece — About 40 masked attackers raided the facilities of a prospective gold mine in northern Greece overnight Sunday, setting machinery and offices alight, authorities said.

In Sunday's attack, firefighters and police said the intruders raided the facility after midnight, using gasoline bombs and flammable liquid to set alight machinery, vehicles and containers used as offices, causing extensive damage.

Police detained 27 people for questioning in a local police station early Sunday morning, they said. No arrests were immediately made. Authorities said one security guard employed by the company to guard the facilities sought treatment at a hospital after being kicked.


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Opponents also argue that unlike many other countries, the Greek state gets no royalties from mine concessions, so stands to gain only taxes and jobs. Concessions granted in 2004 for Stratoni, one of the Halkidiki mines that is currently operating and is near Skouries, are valid until 2026 and can be renewed twice for 25 years each time, free of charge.

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