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Greek police have identified the man they say killed an American scientist at a conference in Crete this month. [Read More]
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Greek authorities identified a suspect on Thursday accused of the brutal killing and rape of American scientist Suzanne Eaton. [Read More]
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Greek authorities have identified Yiannis Paraskaki, 27, of Crete, on Thursday. He is charged with killing and raping American scientist Suzanne Eaton. [Read More]
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Greek authorities say they have identified a suspect accused of the brutal killing and rape of American scientist Suzanne Eaton. In a statement Thursday, police... [Read More]
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Police on the Greek island of Crete said Tuesday that a 27-year-old man will be charged with murder in the slaying of American scientist Suzanne... [Read More]
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Greek police have reopened at least three unsolved cases of attempted rape amid suspicions that a farmer who allegedly confessed to the sexual assault and... [Read More]
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Suzanne Eaton, the American scientist killed in Greece, was raped, police in Crete said Tuesday. Police said Monday that a 27-year-old local man had confessed to the... [Read More]
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A 27-year-old Greek son of a priest blamed a porn overload for raping and killing a California scientist who vanished from a conference in Crete,... [Read More]
The suspect said in his confession that he had seen Suzanne Eaton running, and "with sexual assault as a probable motive, hit her twice with... [Read More]
U.S. scientist Suzanne Eaton was attending a conference at the Orthodox Academy when she disappeared—apparently during a run. [Read More]
A local resident of Crete who confessed to murdering and raping an American scientist found dead on a Greek Island earlier this month was "motivated... [Read More]
A man has confessed to abducting, raping and killing an American scientist who was in Crete for an academic conference, The Washington Post reported, citing... [Read More]
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