Migrants end Greek hunger strike after government offer

first_imgNews Migrants end Greek hunger strike after government offer by: – March 9, 2011 Sharing is caring! Share Tweet Sharecenter_img 35 Views   no discussions Nearly 300 migrant workers in Greece have ended a six-week hunger strike after the government offered a deal over residence permits.Details of the deal were not immediately available but it is believed the mainly North African protesters will get temporary permits.More than 100 protesters had been taken to hospital and some were being treated for acute kidney failure.Many of the hunger strikers had lived and worked in Greece for years.Source: BBC News Sharelast_img

Off-Road Vehicle Crash Results in Bodily Injury to Adult Operator from Dearborn County

first_imgDILLSBORO, Ind. — A Dillsboro woman was airlifted after an Off-Road Vehicle accident in Dearborn County Sunday afternoon.According to Indiana Conservation Officers the accident occurred around 3:50 Sunday afternoon on a private property in Dillsboro.Michelle Williams, 32, was flown to the University of Cincinnati Hospital for treatment of a head injury sustained in the crash.Conservation officers say Williams was operating her Polaris Razor when she conducted unsafe movements and operations which caused the vehicle to roll onto its side.A 10 year old passenger from Lawrenceburg was uninjured in the crash.Conservation officers remind you that anyone under the age of 18 years of age is required by state law to wear a DOT approved helmet on public and private property when riding any Off-Road Vehicle.last_img read more