Thirty-eight organizations from twenty-nine states have joined their forces for the children, on the occasion of the International Missing Childrens Day, which is celebrated on May 25.
Children: Disappearances that became legends
The English Authorities following the case of the disappearance of the young Ben Needham, who went missing on the Greek island of Kos, are now examining the possibility of an accident instead of abduction.
To mark the International Day for Children, honored every year on December 11th , NGO Hamogelo tou Padiou painted a horrifying picture.
The mother and grandmother of Ben Nidam travelled to Athens for the mysterious disappearance of their child for which there is worldwide concern. The two women attended on Thursday, September the 15th, an event of known company that financially supports the organization “Hamogelo tou Paidiou”.
May 25th is the World Day for missing children.
Themistoklis Efthimiadis went missing for the first time in 1997 at the age of 12 from Menidi where he resided.
Filippos Dimitriadis got lost on 29th of April 1997 from Nea Halkidona, Salonika at the age of 14.
The story of Giorgos Paraskevopoulos cannot be forgotten no matter how many years have passed.
The case of senior Englishman who went missing in Greece was top story to media worldwide.
Nektarios Kordos went missing on 14th of August 1989 from Kato Abelochori, Messinia.
Anna Triantafillidi was the first child who went missing in Greece.