Police in Athens arrested at least 60 far-left protesters after they stormed the Greek Health Ministry offices in support of an imprisoned far-left terrorist.
After invading the government building on Tuesday, the activists unfurled banners and threw flyers around the offices in support of convicted far-left terrorist Dimitris Koufodinas.
Police arrived and arrested the far-leftists, taking them to Greek Police’s headquarters (GADA) in central Athens, according to a report from the newspaper I Kathimerini.
A group of anarchists stormed the Greek state-run Athens-Macedonian News Agency in support of an imprisoned far-left terrorist currently on a hunger strike. https://t.co/RN97T8MmEQ
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This is the latest demonstration that far-left extremists have made in support of Koufodinas in recent weeks. The far-left terrorist, known as a hitman for the Revolutionary Organization 17 November (17N) terrorist group from 1975 to 2000, has been on hunger strike since January after