Fan wielding AK-47 hurts two
Two fans of Athens basketball club Panathinaikos were hospitalized on Saturday after being shot during a clash with supporters of its crosstown rival Olympiakos in Corinth, one of whom was wielding an AK-47 assault rifle. A 22-year-old man, reportedly the son of a local police officer, faced a prosecutor yesterday in connection with the attack which injured two men, one seriously. Police said the two men, both in their late 20s, were hit when an Olympiakos supporter opened fire with the assault rifle at a group of rival fans. The clashes had initially broken out late on Friday after Panathinaikos defeated Montepaschi Siena in Spain to reach the Euroleague final.