Posts Tagged ‘tear gas’

Athens: stones and tear gas as protesters commemorate teenager boy killed by policeman

December 6, 2013

Minor incidents between school students and riot police occurred on Friday in downtown Athens during a protest march to commemorate the killing of teenager boy Alexandros Grigoropoulos by a policeman in 2008.

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fired tear gas via @dromografos

Outside the Athens university, when the protest started, students hurled stones and oranges against riot police squads, while the latter fired tear gas.

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Riot police surrounded students outside Athens university (pict @MakisSinodinos)

A little earlier at nearby Korai Square, a group of 30 protesters wearing hoods attacked with fists and kicks a small group of traffic policemen. One policeman suffer minor injuries in the face.

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nonchalant  pict by @dromografos

An unknown number of detentions have taken place.

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Banner: “We live for today, we struggle for tomorrow”

In Aegaleo suburb of  Piraeus, a group hurled molotov cocktails against the local police station.

Another protest is to be launched at 6 p.m. on Friday with a march to Greek Parliament at Syntagma Square. Metro stations <Syntagma>, <Panepistimio> and <Evaggelismos> are closed to passengers as of 10 a.m. by police order.

more pictures and updates see in Twitter #6dgr

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General Strike – Riots

May 5, 2010

THESSALONIKI : RIOTS – TEAR GAS

IGOUMENITSA: PEACEFUL

VOLOS: PEACEFUL

IRAKLEIO: PEACEFUL

IOANNINA: RIOTS

ATHENS: RIOTS – TEAR GAS

YOUNGSTERS ATTEMPTED TO STORM PARLIAMENT

http://apolitistosteki.blogspot.com

http://troktiko.blogspot.com

http://nonews-news.blogspot.com/

MORE THAN 150.000 PROTESTERS IN ATHENS

SO FAR THEY HAVE BOOED:

1) CHAIRMAN OF TRADE UNION/PRIVATE SECTOR

2) EX-DEPUTY KIMON KOULOURIS

3) PARLIAMENT EMPLOYERS ( yeap! THOSE GETTING 16 SALARIES/YEAR)

EXCELLENT VIDEO ‘PARLIAMENT STORM ATTEMPT’ BY BBC   http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/8661385.stm

to be continued & updated….

Greek Police uses tear gas against Teachers

April 29, 2010


Pictures from troktiko.blogspot

The Greek police have  used tear gas to prevent demonstrating teachers to storm  at the Finance Ministry in central Athens. Teachers and members of the lelft party SYRIZA were protesting  the austerity measures of the government. Among others they provide also  a hiring freeze for teachers.

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