Protesters gathered outside of the gates of the Propylaea, condemning the mass arrest of occupiers of the university the week before. Banners were dropped all over the area, organized mainly by the Anarchist Political Organization of Athens. No arrests were made, and the demonstrators successfully dispersed without police detection.
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