Greek anti-terrorist police on Thursday detained four individuals in connection with the attempted firebombing of an anarchist center last August.
Reports suggest the four males were headed by a 35-year-old suspect with known far-right connections. The three remaining suspects are in their 20s.
The left-wing ‘Favela’ center in Piraeus suffered minor damage in the Aug. 29 incident, and no injuries were reported.
The has been a history of violent antagonism between Greece’s extreme left and right in recent years, including the high-profile murder of leftist rapper Pavlos Fyssas AKA Killah P in September 2013.