APE correspondent Nikos Katsikas killed: suspect arrested

On February 5, Nikos Katsikas, a correspondent for the Athens News Agency, was found dead in Egypt. A courier is suspected of his murder.

The body of a stabbed journalist APE discovered by Egyptian police in his apartment in the Sheikh Zayed district of Giza after he had not been in contact for several days. Arrested a courier who worked in a restaurant and knew the victim. He is believed to have been involved in a robbery-related murder, according to the newspaper. “Al-Ahram”. The Giza prosecutor’s office on Sunday gave permission for the burial of the Greek correspondent.

The 56-year-old journalist has been a correspondent for the agency since 2016, having worked with ERT in Cairo for several years. Nikos Katsikas was an active member of the Greek community in Egypt, the founder of the newspaper “Phos”, vice-president of the Greek Cultural Center in the Egyptian capital.

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