An attacker killed three people this morning in the Greek city of Glyfada near Athens, where he broke into the building of the Greek shipbuilding company. Then he apparently committed suicide. The Greek agency AMNA informs about it.
The circumstances of the event are not yet clear. According to the Greek media, however, the attacker was apparently a former employee of the company, who first took revenge for being fired.
The daily Kathimerini wrote that it was a 70-year-old Egyptian who came to his former workplace in the morning and started shooting at the employees.
According to the Greek media, it is not officially known what kind of company it was. According to Kathimerini newspaper, it is speculated that it is the European Navigation company.