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#Greece: Call for financial support to the Solidarity Fund for imprisoned and persecuted militants

The Solidarity Fund for imprisoned and persecuted militants was established in 2010 in a circumstance where, on the one hand, a hard capitalist restructuring was carried out under the guise of the “economic crisis” and, on the other hand, the radical movement, having very recent memories from the experience of the social revolt of December ’08, was in full bloom. Under those circumstances, repression became even more intense, resulting in an ever-increasing number of political prisoners. It is precisely in this context that the Solidarity Fund was formed, initially setting out to provide regular and consistent support to those persecuted or imprisoned for their subversive action or for their participation in social struggles. The basic aim of the structure is to ensure decent living conditions for the imprisoned comrades through a process that would take place within the political movement; thereby taking the material dimension of solidarity a step beyond close family, friendly and comrade relationships, as well as to help with the immediate coverage of emergencies (such as court expenses and bails for the persecuted). Yet, the actions of practical solidarity and the building and development of communication bridges and united struggles between those inside prisons and those outside of it, remain as priorities of the people who form and sustain the structure.

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#Athens, #Greece: Police brutality in times of the #coronavirus

Athens. Greece. April 5, 2020. On 5/4, a friend from Pakistan was walking on Amfipoleos street in Votanikos towards Rouf train station. At the traffic lights, 2 DIAS bikes that were headed to the opposite direction did a U-turn and stopped him. They asked him where he lives and where he’s going, he showed them the handwritten paper that said he was going out for exercise and then they asked him for his residence permit. He showed them the application certificate, because he’s expecting his papers in the next month, they tore it up, shouting that this isn’t valid anywhere, they pushed him against the wall hitting him in the face, one of them pulled his gun, the other two were holding him and the third one was looking around. One spit at him. At that moment the man’s phone was ringing, the cops saw that those were calls from his girlfriend and started mocking him saying: “Do you have a date?” and “Is your girlfriend looking for you?”. 

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The story of the migrants who were pushed to the #Pazarkule / #Evros border crossing [Video]

Pazarkule. Turkey. March 29, 2020. Migrants are treated as a threat or numbers to get rid of when unwanted, while they simply want to cross the borders to arrive to a place where they might live a decent life.

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#Greece, Anti – #COVID19: Network for Mutual aid and Struggle

Greece. March 26, 2020. A statement by the Anti-Covid19: Network. Organizing mutual aid and resistance from below.

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Report from #Greece on the #coronavirus dystopian reality

Athens. Greece. March 22, 2020. Statement from the Assembly of Workers-Unemployed from Syntagma Square (TPTG ) about the situation in Greece in times of the Coronavirus.

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#Antipolitika – Anarchist Journal from the #Balkans issue #2

The second issue of Antipolitika – Anarchist Journal from the Balkans, is out. The theme of the issue is Yugoslavia. As in the case of the first issue, we published two versions, one in English and the other in Serbo-Croatian. This issues will have also have a Greek language edition which will be published by the end of the year. Let us know if you want a copy or to help us with the distribution.

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#Athens,#Greece: Poster in solidarity with #Koukaki (at the (re)squats of #Matrozou and #Panetoliou) on 11th of January 2020

Athens. Greek territory. In Koukaki (at the (re)squats of Matrozou and Panetoliou), a handful of anarchists made the State and repression look ridiculous.

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#Athens: 2nd denunciation letter from Petrou Ralli detention center

Athens. Greek territory. Our last visit to Petrou Ralli detention center, 16/1/2020, was different from all the others. We were not allowed to meet on the terrace, but only in two dark visiting rooms, while at the same time in the adjacent rooms women were having their personal visits from 16.00-18.00. The lights, as in the past, were by chance burnt out, again. We got the permit 10.45 am the same day, with the right for only six (6) people to visit instead of twelve (12) people as requested, and between 15:00-18:00 instead of 18: 00-21: 00, for security reasons, as was written on the document.

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Brochure from squatters and resisting spots in #Madrid, #Athens and #Berlin

This publication is a compilation of texts that emerged from the discussions and the work we started in the wake of the event “A sea of possibilities in the concrete desert. Territory, city and insurrection” that took place in Madrid in June 2019 in Local Emboscada and Local Anarquista Motin. It is the product of joint work by some comrades from Berlin and Madrid, that does not finish with the publication of this pages and should extend the discussion that we have shared.

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