Six people were shot dead in Artemida, a seaside town near Athens, Greece. The victims, all men, were found dead in and beside a car with German license plates. Police suspect the shooting is linked to a dispute between organized criminal groups. The incident is part of a series of killings attributed to gang warfare in Greece, with some reports suggesting fuel smuggling as a motive. The use of Kalashnikov assault rifles in previous attacks indicates their popularity among organized crime in the country.