Four Policemen Injured in Attack by Anarchists Outside Court

November 12, 2018

ATHENS – Four police officers were injured during clashes with members of anti-establishment groups outside the Athens Court of Appeals on Monday.

Prior to the violent clash there had been a heated verbal exchange between two police officers appearing as witnesses in a case on trial. When the police officers exited the court room, there was an attack by anti-establishment group members, in which four police men were injured.

They were taken to the 401 General Military Hospital.


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