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American tourist found dead in Greece

American tourist found dead in Greece

June 17, 2024 – 04:50

On Sunday, the body of an American who went missing on Tuesday was found on Mathraki Island, west of Corfu. writes The Guardian. His host reported the tourist missing on Thursday, and he was last seen on Tuesday in a café in the company of two women. They were both tourists and had already left the island.

Another tourist found the man's body on a secluded rocky beach on the small island. Matrakin has an official population of 100, and the entire island has an area of ​​3.9 square kilometres, most of which is covered in forest.

On Saturday, firefighters found the body of a 74-year-old Dutch man, who was carrying a drone, deep in a valley. He was last seen alive just 300 meters away, walking unsteadily in the heat.

Two French tourists went missing on Friday in Sikinos in the Cyclades archipelago. The 64- and 73-year-old women left their hotels to meet each other. Also in Amorgos in the Cyclades, a 59-year-old American man disappeared on Tuesday after hiking in the hot weather.

At the beginning of June, the body of famous British television personality Michael Mosley was found on the island of Szeme. The coroner said the man may have died a few days before he was found after hiking in a rocky area.

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