Friday, September 25, 2009

Conflicts of police and demonstrators

Athens - Greek police late last night clashed with a group of demonstrators who were in central Athens protest the arrest of suspects for involvement in bombings.

"About 150 anarchists throwing line is oysters and other things on two police officers near a police station in central Athens. Police tear gas in return," said one law enforcement representative, who asked not to be named.

According to him, no one has been arrested and was not injured, nor is it caused more material damage, reported by Reuters.

Greek police on Wednesday, in anti-terrorist raids, arrested three young men and one woman, on suspicion that they participated in the bombings in Athens.

Police believe that the arrested belong to small left-wing group that calls itself a "conspiracy fire cells," said a source from the police.

Bomb attacks, backed leftist and anarchist groups, shakes Greece since the police in December petnaestogodišnjeg killed a boy.

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