Violent ‘anti-austerity’ clashes in Greece. Again.



Petrol bombs thrown by protesters explode near riot police on Syntagma Square

Greek police have fired tear gas to disperse anarchists throwing petrol bombs near parliament in Athens.

Dozens were arrested during the one-day strike against planned spending cuts of 11.5bn euros ($15bn; £9bn).

It was the first union-led action since a conservative-led coalition came to power in June.

The savings are a pre-condition to Greece receiving its next tranche of bailout funds, without which the country could face bankruptcy in weeks.

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7 Replies to “Violent ‘anti-austerity’ clashes in Greece. Again.”

  1. As a proud member of the Euro elite I think these people still have far too much money if they can afford to throw and burn petrol with wild abandon. Tax them more!!

    Sorry that is a piss take..

  2. The police were violent against past protesters, and now the people are responding with fire bombs. This will ensure that violence will escalate. The police in Spain, and elsewhere, must consider the reality, that there are far more of us then them.

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