Athens: Petrol bombs & broken banks as students’ demonstration turns into anarchist riot

30 October 2017
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A students’ demonstration at Syntagma Square, Athens outside the Greek Parliament has turned into a riot as anarchists and extreme leftists started to throw rocks and petrol bombs to the anti-riot police forces.

The anarchists broke ATMs outside banks in the wider area.

The area has been blocked by the police forces.

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