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Golden Dawn

In memory of Pavlos Fyssas

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In memory of Pavlos Fyssas

Graffiti from Barcelona in memory of Pavlos Fyssas [...]

September 27, 2013 Author: x-pressed

What do we mean when we say Golden Dawn should be outlawed?

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What do we mean when we say Golden Dawn should be outlawed?

Following the tragic assassination of Pavlos Fyssas, there is much talk of uprooting the neo-Nazi construct, and of referring its leaders to justice for instigation of criminal acts. [...]

September 23, 2013 Author: Despina Biri

150 people gathered in Barcelona to protest the killing of a Greek antifascist

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150 people gathered in Barcelona to protest the killing of a Greek antifascist

The murder of the Greek hip-hop singer and antifascist activist Paul Fyssas from a member of the fascist party Golden Dawn in Athens, mobilized over one hundred people on Wednesday afternoon in Barcelona's Plaça Catalunya. [...]

September 19, 2013 Author: David Bou

Waiting for the Civil War?

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Waiting for the Civil War?

In the streets, the antifascist movement has mobilized thousands who clash with the police on daily basis and allover Greece, while the members of the Golden Dawn are hiding pending police investigations in 34 criminal cases which the Ministry of Interior discovered within the last 24 hours apparently under immense pressure by international outcry and [...]

September 15, 2013 Author: Nikolas Kosmatopoulos*

Promote dignity in Greece (VIDEO)

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Promote dignity in Greece (VIDEO)

Greece has become a symbol of the western world's retrocession on all levels during the last few years. Inspired by the campaign “Promote Greece” that aims to show Greece's nice face to the world, we aim to go a step further: to stop camouflaging the misery of Greek society with beautiful beaches and breathtaking sunsets. [...]

July 21, 2013 Author: x-pressed

The ugly truth about the religious freedoms in Greece

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The ugly truth about the religious freedoms in Greece

The State Department’s scathing report of 2012 for the religious freedom in Greece has no precedent, but seems to have a bright future. This could have been a good reason for bishop Amvrosios mournfully ringing the bells of fanaticism, instead of becoming himself the cause for another humiliating report for religious tolerance next year. [...]

May 22, 2013 Author: Anda Psarra

Greece: How many stitches can fit on a child’s face

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Greece: How many stitches can fit on a child’s face

The story of a fourteen-year-old Afghan child, who came to Greece with his mother seeking a better life, wanted to leave for Switzerland where his brother lives, but was prevented by storm troopers that engraved his life. [...]

May 14, 2013 Author: Anda Psarra

Athens and the Crisis

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Athens and the Crisis

Timeline that gives an overview of events related to the crisis in Greece on a local, national and global scale from 2008 until now. Updated on a quarterly basis. [...]

April 19, 2013 Author: Jaya Brekke

Greece’s neo-Nazi Golden Dawn goes global with political ambitions

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Greece’s neo-Nazi Golden Dawn goes global with political ambitions

Emboldened by its meteoric rise in Greece, the far-right Golden Dawn party is spreading its tentacles abroad, amid fears it is acting on its pledge to "create cells in every corner of the world". The extremist group, which forged links with British neo-Nazis when it was founded in the 1980s, has begun opening offices in [...]

April 1, 2013 Author: Helena Smith

When Golden Dawn joined the international neo-Nazi New European Order and the “Barcelona Declaration”,1981

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When Golden Dawn joined the international neo-Nazi New European Order and the “Barcelona Declaration”,1981

It is known that Golden Dawn is an active and equal member of the European National Front (ENF) [1], a relatively recent informal Fascist International [2], which coordinates and represents fascist parties and organisations from 13 European countries and was founded in 2004 with a view to the European elections of that year. Neither its [...]

March 31, 2013 Author: Kleon Ioannides