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Info-Event and Bazaar for the upcoming trip of the Zapatistas in Europe at Thessaloniki University in Greece

Greece: New Education Bill Brings a New Students Movement

Thessaloniki, Greece – A new generation of students is rising to fight a proposed education bill and raise their voice against the Greek government for what they call criminal mismanagement of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Universities in Greece have been closed since March 2020. In this…

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Greek Police Occupy and Desecrate Memorial Site of Teen They Killed

Athens, Greece – On the anniversary of his death, riot police occupied the memorial site and desecrated flowers left for 15-year-old Alexis Grigoropoulos, who was killed by Greek police twelve years earlier. Police made at least 62 arrests in Athens and over 150 across Greece…

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Historic Squats, Rosa Nera and Terra Incognita, Raided by Greek Police

Chania, Crete – Early Saturday morning, Greek riot police invaded and evacuated the historical Rosa Nera, a squatted social center on the island of Crete. Police made 16 arrests and injured a journalist with a flashbang during the raid.

https://www.facebook.com/sofia.theodoraki.3/posts/10221736983112500

Those living in the center,…

🦄 Arts & Culture
K*VOX squatted social center

Shots Fired at Squatted Social Center in Exarcheia, Athens

Athens, Greece – Eight bullets were fired at K*VOX (Κ*ΒΟΞ) social center on early Saturday morning. Those who were inside said they heard the bullets whizzing past but nobody was injured.

People in K*VOX during the shooting reported to Unicorn Riot that police were garrisoned…

🦄 COVID-19
Woman has her movement papers checked in Athens, Greece

A Country Quarantined, Coronavirus in Greece Part 1

Athens, Greece – While their regional neighbor Italy is throttled by the coronavirus pandemic, the country of Greece has been enduring strict quarantine measures, resulting in relatively low numbers of infections. Since the shutdown there’ve been nearly 2,500 confirmed COVID–19 cases with 130 deaths.

During…