Thirty five volunteers, migrants in Lesvos squat charged with disturbing peace, damaging property
Thirty five people arrested by police in Mytilene on Friday morning after a raid at a building occupied by a refugee solidarity group and refugees were charged by the prosecutor with disturbing domestic peace and damage to foreign property and released pending trial.
The building, owned by a bank, was being used to house refugees and migrants of various nationalities. During the raid, police arrested 15 Iranians, four Afghanis, three Iraqis and one Pakistani, as well as 12 volunteers working for the solidarity group “No Border” â€“ six Germans, two Americans, one Austrian, one Spaniard, one Briton and one Greek.
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