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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Murder charges set against Arabs ATHENS A prose- jutor filed premeditated mur- ler charges Tuesday against wo Arab men who killed three arsons and wounded 53 in a attack at Ath- JDS International Airport. The Arabs beard the charges against them as a crowd of more than gathered out- side the court building. When police escorted the handcuffed men away the crowd pressed some shouting. the murder- Police said the two who claimed to be Black Sep- tember Palestinian admitted the Sunday attack and told police they had been ordered to kill travellers en f0 Israel mission was to attack Trans World Airlines passen- gers heading for Tel said an investigator. But those passengers boarded their plane minutes before the shooting began in the airport lounge and the Arabs instead attacked a line of passengers waiting to board a TWA flight to New York. The dead were two Ameri- cans from New Jersey and an Austrian. The Arabs surren- dered after failing to negotiate safe passage to the Middle East. Prosecutor loannis Zorbas told reporters that charges lodged against the Arabs are premeditated causing bodily disrupting com- illegal detention of damaging foreign property and illegal possession and illegal use of arms. The case was turned over to a magistrate for investigation. It was not -known when a trial date will be set. P h a e d o n Anninos-Cav- the undersecretary of foreign told Arab en- vovs that such terrorist actions will not be tolerated and will se- riously endanger relations be- tween Greece and the Arab countries. The Cairo newspaper Al Ah- ram reported that three Egyp- tian students were prevented from entering Athens following the attack. The semi-official Egyptian newspaper said the students were by Greek police and returned to Cairo without their After interrogating the two Arabs Monday Greek po- lice said they are looking for a third man who allegedly sup- plied arms to the gunmen. Police said the two men told them they arrived unarmed from separate points in the Middle East shortly before the attack and were supplied with arms at the airport. Three other including two were being ques- tioned but have not been charged. Prison uniform order deferred Ont. Ca- nadian penitentiary employees will continue wearing uniforms after the date pre- viously set for some staff mem- bers to begin wearing civilian clothes. Penitentiaries Commissioner Paul Faguy said in an interview Tuesday he is holding in abe- yance the order that would have taken uniforms from em- ployees in living units and in- structors in penitentiary shops. He said the deferment was decided on because of represen- tations made by prison staffs. 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