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42 Far-Left Terrorist Supporters Arrested After Storming of Greek Ministry

by A.P.

A total of 42 far-left militants were arrested after storming the Greek cultural ministry in support of far-left convicted terrorist Dimitris Koufontinas in the latest acts against Greek officials.

The 42 far-left anarchist extremists were arrested after they attempted to occupy the Greek cultural ministry offices on Thursday at Karytsi Square in the centre of the Greek capital of Athens in support of Koufontinas.

According to a report from the Greek newspaper I Kathimerini, the militants arrested were also charged with violating the country’s Wuhan coronavirus restrictions along with disturbing the peace and were subjected to fines of 300 euros each.

A day after the arrests, the office of the Greek Sports Minister Lefteris Avgenakis on the island of Crete was also broken into and vandalised by suspects who have yet to be identified.



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