Home of State Minister Flambouraris Targeted on Sunday

May 14, 2018

ATHENS – The home of Minister of State Alekos Flambouraris on Strefi Hill in Athens was once again the target of a fire bomb attack in the early hours of Sunday morning, at 4:30.

A group of youths attacked a police platoon permanently stationed outside the minister’s house, which the minister no longer occupies. They threw stones, bottles and fire bombs at police, causing damage to three parked cars, before running away.

Half an hour later, there was another attack by youths against a riot police platoon stationed outside the offices of the PASOK party on Harilaou Trikoupi street, which did not result in injuries or damage.
No arrests were made.


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