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Molotov Attack on Police Station in #Thessaloniki

Thessaloniki. Greece. On November 17, 2020, Greek police suppressed demonstrations to commemorate the 1973 Polytechnic uprising in several cities. Many people were arrested and injured from police violence. The following text is about an attack on a police station in Thessaloniki on the same day.

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Transnational Migrants Coordination: Public Online Assembly on November 22, 05:00 – 08:00pm CET

From border to detention centre, from street to factory, from houses to workplaces: migrants’ problems, migrants’ struggles are transnational. And we need a space where all migrants can recognize each other, share experiences, find what is common to us.

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RadioFragmata: Taking Ourselves Seriously – Article 1 – Digital Harm Reduction

Greece is entering a new era in which the FBI, MI5, and other more advanced states in the world are acting as consultants for Greek repression. It is the responsibility of any committed revolutionary, insurrectionist, or active anarchist to adapt and grow in accordance with these developments and in the pursuit of long term struggle, and the broader preservation of our individual and collective safety.

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#Amsterdam: Protest in solidarity with the anarchist Abtin Parsa [Reportback]

Last Saturday, 7-11-2020, the Anarchist Group Amsterdam organized a protest regarding the extremely dangerous situation in which the anarchist Abtin Parsa from Iran is currently in.

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#Athens, #Greece: Against the state arbitrariness and terrorism!

Athens. Greece. On the 15th of October, two Turkish comrades – political refugees that live in the neighborhood of Prosfygika – were arrested and kept in custody until the next day’s noon and will be on trial again on 27th of October.

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#Athens: Intervention against the rejections of asylum claims by Iraqi applicants

Athens. Greece. On Tuesday 20/10, around 50 Iraqis gathered at the intersection of Vas. Sofias and Irodou Attikou streets to claim their right to asylum.

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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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#Ljubljana, #Slovenia: Solidarity with Terra Incognita and Rosa Nera

Ljubljana. Slovenia. Statement by AT Rog Ljubljana: Solidarity with Terra Incognita and Rosa Nera.

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#Lesvos: Bye-bye #Moria

Lesvos. Greece. When a prison burns down, those of us who have experienced, even for a moment, the condition of imprisonment, can only shudder with delight. Regardless of whether a new one will be built after its demolition, and regardless of whether the empty cells will be refilled after the escape of some prisoners, the fact of the escape can only fill us with joy. After all, the struggle for the abolition of every prison, goes through the struggle for individual and social liberation, right here and now.

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