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(en) Greece, Athens, Media, Thousands of Greek anarchists protest in solidarity with the arrested squatters

Date Sun, 13 Jan 2013 14:02:14 +0200


Riot policemen on motorbikes secure a street during a protest in solidarity with the squatters that have been arrested by police during the previous week, in Athens Saturday Jan. 12, 2013. Thousands of anarchists marched through central Athens to protest against the arraignment of 92 persons who tried to reoccupy a long-term squat evacuated by police last week. The crowd marched to the Athens law courts where the 92 were arraigned and started to disperse when authorities began to release the arraigned individuals, in batches. http://www.edmontonjournal.com/news/7811978.bin ---- Thousands of Greek anarchists marched through central Athens Saturday to protest the arraignment of nearly 92 people who tried to reoccupy a long-term squat evacuated by police last week.

The crowd, estimated at 3,000 by police and 8,000 by organizers, marched to the Athens law courts where the squatters were arraigned and started to disperse when authorities began to release the arraigned individuals.

All 92 have been provisionally released and a later court date will be set, where they will appear on charges of trespassing on public property.

Unusually for an anarchist march, it ended virtually without incident, despite the close presence of riot police.

Earlier Saturday, police were seen at subway station entrances quietly searching, and apprehending individuals under suspicion of carrying rocks, batons and other projectiles.
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