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Golden Dawn leader Nikos Michaloliakos, and other senior members of the party, were arrested on Saturday

Greece: Golden Dawn claims political persecution is behind charges of founding a criminal organisation

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Greek police have arrested Nikolaos Mihaloliakos, the far right leader Golden Dawn party today on charges of founding a criminal organisation, police officials announced.

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Greece orders crackdown on far-right Golden Dawn party

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Backlash against Greek far-right as anti-fascist rapper is laid to rest

Golden Dawn party denies a part in the murder of anti-fascist campaigner

Police officers stand guard outside the headquarters of the Golden Dawn far-right party in Athens

Greek anti-fascist rapper murdered by ‘neo-Nazi’ Golden Dawn supporter

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Greek authorities have announced a series of emergency measures to prevent the outbreak of wildfires during a week of high winds and warm temperatures, after firefighters and soldiers spent the night battling a large blaze north of Athens.

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Greece approves austerity measures to fire 25,000 public workers and secure bailout

Greece has unlocked access to nearly €7 billion in European aid by sacking 25,000 public sector workers, in a move which has sparked a new surge of anti-austerity protests outside parliament.

Antonis Samaras addresses the Greek people, pledging to 'forge ahead' through his coalition government's crisis

Greek PM Antonis Samaras pledges to 'forge ahead' as political crisis rumbles on over closure of state broadcaster ERT

EU finance inspector Olli Rehn calls for political unity to ensure wider austerity measures

Three firebombs explode in central Athens

Three firebombs have exploded at different locations in central Athens, with one wounding a woman.

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Greek far-right party in clash with Athens mayor

An attempt by the far-right Golden Dawn party to hand-out food to Greeks only in Athens, in defiance of a municipal ban, degenerated with the city’s mayor saying a party member tried to punch him and draw a gun. The punch missed its target, landing instead on a 12-year-old girl, Greek media said.

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