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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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#Athens: Eviction of the #Gini occupation within the #Polytechnio University in #Exarchia

Athens. Greece. March 15, 2020. On Sunday morning, the police invaded the Polytechnio (Warning Facebook Link) and evicted dozens of people living there, including small children. It is reported that they were taken to the migrant detention centre of Petrou Ralli, bringing an end to their occupation of Gini. Last week, one detainee in Petrou Ralli attempted suicide.

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#Athens, #Greece: “No middle ground. Either with fascists or with humans”: Solidarity to migrants protest [Video]

Athens. Greece. March 7, 2020. Thousands of people marched in solidarity with Migrants. A video report.

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#Athens: Thousands in solidarity with #RefugeesGR

Greek territory. March 6, 2020. Thousands took the streets of Athens and other cities last night in solidarity with refugees. Calls for more demonstrations in solidarity across Europe.

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[Video] Protest and riot in response to a cop threatening to shoot students inside an #Athens University

Athens. Greek territory. It all started on Monday 24 February inside the grounds of Athens University of Economics, when an off duty cop in plain clothes got off his bike and began harassing an immigrant street vendor outside the front gate. The policeman was spotted by anarchist students due to his boots and his helmet that bore the police insignia and was immediately confronted. In his panic, he began running inside the university grounds and managed to trap himself in a dead end corridor, pulled a gun on students and with his finger on the trigger threatened to shoot them while pointing the gun at them for at least 5 minutes, while desperately calling his colleagues on the phone to come and rescue him. The students, not losing their cool, but at the same time not taking a step back demanded he puts the gun down and exits the university grounds. Few minutes later scores of riot policemen stormed the university and attacked students during school hours with flash bang grenades and asphyxiating gas creating chaos because of one imbecile cop that thought he was a cowboy.

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#Athens, #Notara26: Kids Know! Open the borders!

Athens. Greece. Notara 26. March 3, 2020. The children of the Housing Squat for Refugees/Migrants “Notara 26″ who have images of violence, persecution and danger engraved on in their young memories, and who have once again found their stolen childhood in the community of solidarity and coexistence that we have created have something to say.

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#Athens: Street battle in front of #ASOEE University after a plainclothes cop pointed a gun at students [video]

Athens. Greece. February 25, 2020. After a long series of police raids against migrant street vendors in central Athens [1], an incident yesterday brought the barrel to overflowing.

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#Athens: #Koukaki fell heavy on them

Athens, Greek territory. …the Koukaki (District in Athens, Enough 14)Squat Community raised an embankment against the repressive and economic policies of the state and the bosses, against fascism, racism, and patriarchy. A living hearth of resistance, it also actively supported and connected with other struggles, political projects and public assemblies…

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