Anti-state group throws paint at Turkish consulate in Athens
Members of a notorious anti-state group mostly active in the greater Athens area struck again on Thursday, this time throwing paint at the Turkish consulate in the Psychiko district, the Greek capital’s “diplomat row”.
The vandalism, carried out by some 15 members of the antifa-like group, comes a week after another group reached the residence of the Israeli ambassador to Greece in order to throw pamphlets on the road and inside the compound’s grounds.
As with previous such incidents, members of the “Rouvikonas” group fled from the scene. No arrests were made.
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