Around 1000 students in Athens marched in opposition to a law passed by the Greek Ministry of Education, which would create an independent police force within universities after a decades-long ban on such a law following a massacre of student protesters by the military junta in 1973.
Around 200 students in Patras marched against a law passed by the Ministry of Education in Greece, which would allow for the creation of a university police force for the first time since the banning of police from campuses after the fall of the military junta in 1974.
Around 3000 students in Thessaloniki marched in opposition to a law passed by the Ministry of Education, which would allow police to enter universities and would allow for the creation of a university police force that would exist for the first time since the fall of the military junta in Greece in 1974.
Hundreds of protesters in Patras marched in solidarity with revolting refugees at the Corinth refugee camp after a 17-year-old Kurd committed suicide when his 16-month detainment was extended on the supposed day that the minor would have been released.
Hundreds in Athens marched to demand the end to the overfunding of police, to whom the government has been giving money instead of the long-overwhelmed healthcare system which is nearly at full capacity of ICU beds.
Dozens of protesters took to the streets in the northeastern city of Xanthi, participating in a march decrying the police state established in Greece during the COVID-19 pandemic, instead calling for methods of controlling the virus without brutal lockdown measures.
An uprising occurred at the Corinth refugee camp with participation from dozens of inhabitants who set fires and clashed with police after a 17-year-old Kurdish boy committed suicide after his 16-month detainment was extended on the supposed day of his release from the Greek camp.
Hundreds of protesters in Thessaloniki marched in opposition to state brutality and police repression during the COVID-19 pandemic, criticizing the state measures of police crackdowns instead of giving better funding to the healthcare system in Greece.
Hundreds of protesters in the Athens neighborhood of Gyzi took to the streets in opposition to police brutality and state repression in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, with police attacking recent mass demonstrations across Greece.
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Thessaloniki in opposition to a law passed by the Ministry of Education in February, which would allow police to re-enter university campuses for the first time since the reformation of the Greek government after the fall of the military dictatorship.
Hundreds of protesters in Patras marched from Georgiou Square in defense of the socialized healthcare system, with the crowd made up of teachers, healthcare workers, trade unions, student syndicates and anarchist collectives.
Around 250 protesters in the Athens district of Piraeus took to the street against state repression and police brutality justified by the COVID pandemic, with law enforcement overfunded as hospitals and the healthcare system struggle to contain a rise in coronavirus cases.
Around 400 people in Heraklion marched against police brutality justified by enforcing COVID-19 restrictions, with law enforcement and the military overfunded despite hospitals being overwhelmed with ICUs in Greece near full capacity as the healthcare system is left without money.
Around 250 protesters in Patras marched in solidarity with refugees in Greece, in condemnation of racist attacks and government oppression of undocumented migrants fleeing poverty and war in Middle Eastern and peripheral countries.
Hundreds of protesters in the Athens district of Ilioupoli took to the streets against the Greek government's management of the pandemic, with the military and police overfunded while hospitals and the healthcare system overwhelmed with ICU beds at near full capacity.
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