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Greek Police detain 60 people after a string of arson attacks against Banks, Government buildings and Private Property of the extremely wealthy

Posted by Sasuntsi Anarchist on February 21, 2007

ATHENS, Greece: Greek police detained some 60 people in Athens after suspected anarchists burnt a bank ATM late Monday, authorities said.

Nobody was injured in the petrol bomb attack in central Athens, which caused minor damage.

Police responded by raiding cafeterias frequented by suspected anarchists in the city center, detaining around 60 people. Nobody was arrested or formally accused of involvement in the fire-bombing, which was the latest of a string of similar attacks.

A number of small anarchist groups have claimed responsibility for the attacks, in which petrol bombs and homemade gas-canister bombs were used against banks and government buildings and vehicles in Athens and Thessaloniki, Greece’s second-largest city.

Anarchists throwing stones and petrol bombs have repeatedly clashed with police this year, during a series of student protests against government plans to end a state monopoly on university education.

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5 Responses to “Greek Police detain 60 people after a string of arson attacks against Banks, Government buildings and Private Property of the extremely wealthy”

  1. agrav said

    ACAP

  2. agrav said

    i mean ACAB

  3. kronstadt said

    ACAB = All Coppers Are Bastards

    ACAB = Always Carry A Brigade

    ACAB = Air Cavalry Attack Brigade

    ACAB = Association of Community Access Broadcasters

    ACAB = Associacio Contra l’ Anorexia i la Bulimia

    ACAB = Associação dos Criadores de Avestruzes do Brasil

  4. kronstadt said

    ACAB = Always Carry A Bible

  5. nazarian said

    The Greek youth still kick ass.

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