SIX tourists, including two children, were killed in a pulverising storm that blasted across northern Greece overnight, felling trees and ripping off rooftops before leaving as quickly as it had come.Over 100 people were injured in the violent tempest which whipped through the Halkidiki peninsula bearing 60mph winds. Two elderly Czech tourists were killed when strong winds and water overturned their travel trailer, police said. A woman and an 8-year-old boy from Romania were killed when a roof collapsed on a restaurant in the beach resort of Nea Plagia. And a man and a young boy, both Russians, died when a tree fell near their hotel in the seaside town of Potidea, authorities said…..Read More