#Athens, #Greece: Three Attacks With Molotov Cocktails Before General Strike

Just one day before another general strike against austerity measures there where 3 attacks with molotov cokcktails in Athens, Greece.


Image: Archive photo from molotov attack against riot cops of the MAT at Polytech university, Athens, Greece. Last night a MAT squat was attacked again at Polytech.

Written by Riot Turtle

Note: Enough is Enough is not organizing any of these events, we are publishing this text for people across the US and Europe to be able to see what is going on and for documentation only.

According to Athens Indymedia the first attack was carried out at 02:35am. A group of about 20 people attacked the Omonia police station with molotov cocktails.  Shortly after the first attack, a building of the chamber of commerce was attacked at Caniggo square.

At 02:45 a squad of the MAT riot cops was attacked at the Tositsa and Pattision junction (Polytech university).

The attacks came just one day before a general strike against another round of austerity measures in Greece. One of the austerity measures is a 19% pensions cut. In the last years the Troika of EU and IMF already enforced severe pension cuts. Anarchists are mobilising for tomorrows general strike as well (Image below).


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2 Responses to #Athens, #Greece: Three Attacks With Molotov Cocktails Before General Strike

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