Thessaloniki: 74 arrested in building evacuations to go on trial

28 July 2016
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The 74 people who were arrested during the evacuation of three occupied buildings in Thessaloniki on Wednesday will be taken to the Misdemeanors Courts.

According to the case files, the 74 will face charges on squatting public property, disturbing the peace and causing damages to private property.

Meanwhile anarchists have called for a demonstration outside the offices of SYRIZA in the city at 11am and plan to march towards the court in solidarity.

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