Greece: 100 anarchists hauled before judges

Arrested during evictions by Greek police

10 January, 11:19

(ANSAmed) - ATHENS, 10 JAN - 100 anarchists arrested Wednesday during an eviction by Greek police will appear before judges Thursday.

The group were turfed out of two buildings in Athens which they had occupied for several years. 92 of them formed part of a 150 strong group who had tried to reoccupy the Villa Amalia, a central Athens building near the Polytechnic. A further eight were arrested at the Villa Maria Callas, the opera singer's namesake, where she lived between 1936 and 1945.

A rally in support of the arrested anarchists is set for 13.00 today.(ANSAmed).


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