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Greek court: Three months jail plus 180€ fine for ex-political prisoner anarchist refugee “Abtin Parsa”

Monday the 12th of August 2019, comrade “Abtin Parsa” was walking alone in neighborhood of patisia, Athen, when cops arrested him. They searched him and found a paper cutter at him and that was enough for the cops to accuse our comrade for carrying weapon.

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After parliamentary elections in #Greece: new government threatens #RefugeesGR

The new Greek government ist threatening squats and the anarchist movement on the Greek territory. In particular the free spaces in the Exarchia neighbourhood in Athens. Migrants are also under even more pressure comparing to the last government. Let’s not forget that it was the Syriza government who started the first wave of evictions of migrant squats.

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#Athens: Call for protest after arrest of anarchist refugee

Athens, Greek territory, August 12: Anarchist refugee Abtin Parsa was arrested by police earlier today. There is a call for a gathering to protest against his arrest…

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Protest turns to riot against the release of the murdering cop of 15 years old #AlexisGrigoropoulos

“No Justice, No Peace” was the absolute essence of the protest -that few hours later turned into a fierce riot- on Wednesday 31 July 2019 at Exarchia in Athens, following the news on the previous day that E. Korkoneas, the policeman who shot and murdered 15 years old Alexis Grigoropoulos in Athens, Greece on 6 December 2008, was released out of prison after 10 years.

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Greek territory: The hunt for anarchists has begun

The new government in Greece is launching an unprecedented offensive against the libertarian and self-governing movement. The newly elected right-wing prime minister Kyrikas Mitsotakis has publicly promised to “clean up” Exarchia this summer and smash the anarchist group ‘Rouvikonas’ (1). Beyond the “notorious” neighborhood and the elusive group, the entire left-wing scene is also being targeted with various repressive measures.

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#London: Squatter’s Digest, #Greece

Greece, the home of democracy. And molotov cocktails. They also enjoy regular cocktail nights to raise money for the squats and imprisoned anarchists. It’s one thing to know what is going on inside the UK with regards to squats, but I feel we are severely lacking in communication with squats across Europe, or indeed the world. Hopefully I can bring to you some of the news from some of the squats in Greece along with the usual round-up of news from London and beyond.

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New, old men in Greece Part 1 – The repressive attack

A piece by Sebastian Lotzer about the repressive attack against comrades on the Greek territory and the inability (on a transnational level) to establish tactical and strategic alliances with each other.

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#Athens, #Exarchia: Staki of self-organize collectives of anarchist immigrants

Today 17 July 19, we the self-organize collective of anarchist immigrants together with other self-organized collectives and solidary individuals occupied a abandoned shop in the corner of Tsamadou/Tositsa streets, exarchia.

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