Greek rail workers are striking as anger grows over a deadly rail crash that killed at least 46 people late on Tuesday.
The head-on-crash – which saw a passenger train and freight carrier collide on Greece’s busiest line between Athens and Thessaloniki – has sent Greece into a period of national mourning.
More than 50 people remained hospitalised, most in the central Greek city of Larissa. Several are in a serious condition.
But as the dust settles from the tragedy, Greek citizens are demanding answers.
“Pain has turned into anger for the dozens of dead and wounded colleagues and fellow citizens,” the rail workers’ union said in a statement.
Railway workers’ associations across the
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