Greek President’s House in Athens Targeted by Koufodinas Supporters

February 23, 2021

ATHENS – The house of President of the Hellenic Republic Katerina Sakellaropoulou in the Metaxourgeio district was targeted by supporters of convicted terrorist Dimitris Koufodinas on Tuesday afternoon.

A group passing by the house on foot threw flyers in support of the hunger-striking prisoner and shouted slogans before departing. There were no incidents, arrests or detainments.

Action24 sports TV offices vandalized on Monday evening

A group of approximately 5 individuals vandalized the offices of Action24 sports TV station on Monday evening, police reported.

They threw paint and rocks, damaging the glass-front entrance. They also threw printed flyers in solidarity to jailed 'November 17' convicted terrorist Dimitris Koufodinas.

One person has so far been detained, added the police.

Deputy Prime Minister Theodoros Livanios condemned the attack with a post on Twitter: "Every attack against news media is an attack against Democracy".


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