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Athens: Exarchia greets Köpiplatz [Berlin]

Athens. The night before the anounced evicton of the occupied Köpiplatz in Berlin, we hung a banner from evicted Gare Squat in Exarchia, which said: DEFEND KÖPIPLATZ. Gare was until its eviction a space for the defence of Exarchia and we dont want to give any space to the enemy for free.

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Athens: Rendezvous in GARE (on the occasion of the trial for the first cop raid)

Athens. Greece. Translation of a text by comrade Dimitris Chatzivasileiadis written last September on the occasion of the trial for the first eviction of the GARE squat. The trial was then postponed until 29/9/2021. We therefore publish the translation in view of the trial today.

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Solidarity with the four accused in the Gare trial in Athens [Greece]

Athens. Greece. On September 29, the trial of two comrades from Berlin and two comrades from Athens will take place in the Evelpidon Court in Athens.

Image above, archive image: Police occupation of the Exarcheia district (Athens).

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Athens, Exarcheia: Banner in Strefi – solidarity with Ella

Athens. Exarcheia. Banner put in Strefi Hill in solidarity with Ella who have been kidnapped and locked away by the German state since november last year.

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Athens: Statement by Errol, who is currently imprisoned in Petrou Ralli

Athens. Greece. Errol was arrested on December 6, 2020, during the crackdown on protests to commemorate Alexandros Grigoropoulos. Now the Greek state wants to deport Erol.

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Yannis Youlountas: The authoritarian shift in Greece and France

Greece. The social movement faces strong police repression and pays respect to the resistance against the “Global Security Law” in France.

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Athens: Call for Sunday December 6, Messolongiou, Exarcheia – Every day for Alexis along this road toward freedom

Athens. Greece. Anarchist call to commemorate Alexandros Grigoropoulos on Sunday December 6, 2020, 02:00pm (14:00) , Messolongiou, Exarcheia.

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Call: December 6. Winter.

Athens. Greece. The Exarcheia-based anarchist group Obsidian issued a call for December 6, the day to commemorate Alexis Grigoropoulos. Its a call for disobedience, freedom, humanity and an insidious desire to end the current order. The comrades are looking toward a winter of anarchy. A call that could be answered worldwide…

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#Athens: Riot cops entered #Polytechnio – Cop terror in #Exarcheia

Athens. Greece. Yesterday afternoon (November 12, 2020) , the Polytechnio in Athens was entered by anarchist and student groups and individuals to enforce an opening during the three-day commemoration of November 17, 1973. Prior to this, the planned lockout had been leaked by the university management starting today, November 13. De facto the Polytechnio has been closed for months for political activities and is often a checkpoint for OPKE (cops) jeeps. There are no more events taking place there.

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Notara 26: Five years of solidarity and resistance

Athens. Greece. The story has been told many times now. We have heard, witnessed, and lived it in the past five years. In 2015, with the onset of mass migration and what was called the “refugee crisis” we saw the political, social, and urban landscapes of many places change—including Athens, Greece. The events touched and affected the public and private lives of many. The beginning of Noara26 points to one of those moments. A time when a group of people, with ideals and politics of self-organization, collective action, and solidarity were moved to occupy an empty public building in the city’s downtown and to create a place of shelter and safety for thousands of refugees who were abandoned in the streets of Athens.

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