Three minors and two foreign nationals among those arrested during Thursday’s clashes in Athens

Three minors and two foreign nationals were among the 13 people arrested in clashes in downtown Athens on Thursday, during protest rallies to mark the 10th anniversary since the murder of teenager Alexis Grigoropoulos in 2008 and later incidents in the district of Exarchia.

The three minors, all aged 17, were arrested at Klafthmonos square during a school and students’ rally and the two foreign nationals, a man and a woman from Germany, were arrested in Exarchia.

A total of 66 people were detained during the incidents, and 13 of them were afterwards placed under arrest and led before a public prosecutor to be charged.

Source ANA-MPA
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