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At Least One Injured in "Macedonia" Protest in Northern Greece (video)

Police in the northern Greek town of Ptolemaida used tear gas on Wednesday to break up a demonstration in the center of the town which had been called as a protest against the Prespa Agreement. One person was injured following...

''Organized Plan To Invade Parliament'' Averted

The Speaker of the Greek Parliament, Nikolaos Voutsis, declared on Monday that extremists had hatched an organized plan to invade the Greek Parliament during Sunday’s demonstration at Syntagma Square. Voutsis said evidence currently being held by the Parliamentary Guard proves...

Seven People Charged in Sunday's Riots in Athens

Six men and a woman who were arrested on Sunday’s clashes at Syntagma Square  were charged with two criminal offenses and six misdemeanors by the Athens public prosecutor on Monday. The violent clashes which occurred outside the Greek parliament on Sunday during...

Video: Clashes Erupt After Macedonia Rally in Athens

Protesters clashed with riot police outside Greece's Parliament on Sunday afternoon, following a rally in Syntagma Square against the Prespa Agreement. Witnesses who uploaded videos and pictures on social media stated that members of the police force guarding the Greek Parliament...

Dozens Arrested at Tsipras' Speech Venue in Athens

Greek police arrested more than a dozen people on Sunday evening as they demonstrated against the Prespa Agreement. The arrests were made outside the Athens Concert Hall where Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was due to give a speech on...

Police, Students Violently Clash in Central Athens

Student demonstrators opposing reforms to Greek secondary education clashed with police in central Athens on Monday. Police fired tear gas at protesters who were hurling Molotov cocktails and rocks in Syntagma Square, opposite the Greek Parliament. There are no reports of...

Angry Students Storm Office of Greek Education Minister

A group of demonstrators entered the office of Greece's Minister of Education Costas Gavroglou on Monday afternoon, following a protest outside the Ministry of Education which attracted approximately 200 high school and university students. The students entered the Ministry chanting...

Greece: Antifascist Demonstrations in Memory of Pavlos Fyssas' Assassination Turn Violent (video)

It was September 18, 2013 when the 34-year-old activist and singer Pavlos Fyssas was assassinated by George Roupakias, a member of the Greek neo-nazi Golden Dawn party in Athens, Greece. Following the general outrage, the Greek authorities launched an investigation...

Outrage as Protester Steps on Athens' Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

Social media users in Greece are expressing outrage over photos of a man stepping and apparently resting on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Athens' Syntagma Square. According to reports, the culprit was participating in a demonstration against the...

Greek Minister Makes Historic Trip to Skopje

Greek diplomacy broke new ground on Thursday as Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias became the first high-ranking state official to fly directly to Skopje in 12 years. Photographs published on Thursday evening showed Kotzias alighting from a government jet at Skopje International...