Police attacked a crowd of roughly 150 anarchists at Syntagma Square, Athens, who were just beginning to unfurl a banner for a march 2 days before the anniversary of the 2008 Riots. Several people were arrested, and the rest fled the scene via metro after tear gas was deployed on the protest.
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