A caravan of protest against the development of a new gold mine on the mountain of Skouries, on the Halkidiki peninsula in north-east Greece (near Thessaloniki), made its way to Athens on 25 November.
On Saturday 9 November, various fascists and neo-Nazis (including the newly-formed “New British Union”) called a demonstration at the Greek Embassy in London in solidarity with the jailed leadership of Greek fascist party Golden Dawn.
On Friday 1 November a motorcycle stopped outside the party offices of fascist Golden Dawn movement in the north Athens suburb of Neo Iraklio, and the riders shot the Golden Dawn members that were guarding the offices.
Solidarity 301 (25 October) reported on the case of Maria, the “unusual” girl found living in a Roma community in Greece and removed from her family.
The case of a young girl named Maria living in a Roma community in Greece has caused a disturbing outcry.
After closing the state broadcaster ERT, laying off thousands of workers, putting the padlock in hospitals and other public services, the Greek government now plans to sack about 1,700 university administrators.
The Greek government and Independent Justice in distinct but related roles seem to be playing a game of questionable “balancing” in relation to the custody or not of the accused, as “founders and lead
Cloudy Sunday is the first novella by Mike Kyriazopoulos.
Over the weekend 28-29 September, eighteen leading members of Greece’s fascist Golden Dawn party, including party chair Nikos Michaloliakos, were arrested and charged with forming a criminal association.
At midnight on Tuesday 17 September, anti-fascist musician Paul Fyssas was knifed to death in Piraeus, near Athens, by a fascist, Giorgos Roupakas.