Three weeks on from Greece’s deadliest train crash and violent protests – BBC News

The Greek government says rail traffic will resume gradually from next week, more than three weeks after the deadliest train crash in Greece’s history. 

57 people were killed, many of them teenagers and young people, when a passenger train and a freight train collided on 28th February. 

Thousands of people took to the streets across the country protesting the deaths and conditions of the rail infrastructure – with protests in Athens turning violent last week.

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