Two weeks ago, I mentioned an Albanian prison break in Greece, which became the biggest police operation of the decade. The upshot:

Escaped convict killed in shootout with Greek police (FOCUS News Agency, July 21)

An Albanian who was allegedly among a group of convicts who in March escaped from a prison in central Greece was killed early Sunday in a shootout with police, a police source said, AFP reported.

One policeman was wounded as a result of the dawn clash in the mountainous northern region of Epire which borders Albania, the source said, requesting anonymity.

The source did not reveal the name of the suspect, but said he was one of the 11 mostly Albanian inmates who shot their way out of a prison in the central town of Trikala on March 23, wounding two guards. […]