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Hellas gold mine, in northern Greece, was raided by at least 40 masked intruders overnight.
Greek mining hellas

Demonstrators, wearing chemical protection suits, shout slogans as they march in Thessaloniki on 24 November, 2012 against efforts by Hellas Gold, a subsidiary of the Canadian firm Eldorado Gold, to mine the Skouries quarry on Mount Kakkavos, in the Halkidiki peninsula in northern Greece. Eldorado Gold says it plans to plough around one billion euros (1.2 billion US dollars) into the mines of Halkidiki, which have been producing lead, zinc and silver for decades.

Sakis Mitrolidis