Strike, protests in Greece as anger grows over train crash

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By Karolina Tagaris and Lefteris Papadimas LARISSA, Greece (Reuters) – Greek railway workers extended their strike to a second day on Friday, and more protest rallies were planned, amid anger over a devastating train crash that killed at least 57, among them many university students. Carriages were thrown off the tracks, crushed and engulfed in flames when a high-speed passenger train with more than 350 people on board collided head-on with a freight train late on Tuesday. “The federation has been sounding alarm bells for so many years, but it has never been taken seriously,” the main railwork…

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