Lefkosa Antifa took to the streets in against state suppression of protests as well as in solidarity with refugees and immigrants in Cyprus after several incidents took place across the island nation. Examples included police in the center of the capital, Nicosia, harassing refugees and onlookers. Marchers held a banner reading in Greek, “There is no health without freedom!” condemning repression against protests in Cyprus.
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