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Athens Polytechnic Opens its Gates for Events Commemorating Student Uprising

The commemorations marking the anniversary of the November 17 student uprising at the Athens Polytechnic University in 1973 officially kicked off on Friday. The gates...

Six Greek Physics Professors Among Top 200 in the World

Six physics professors from the National Technological University of Athens (known as "The Polytechnic") are among the 200 top researchers on the list of...

Greek Police on Alert for Yearly November 17 March to US Embassy

More than 5,000 officers are on duty to police the march that will take place Friday afternoon in Athens, commemorating the anniversary of the...

Barricaded Anarchists in Athens Polytechnic Ask Greeks to Drop Flower Pots on Police

A group of about 70 anarchists continue for a second day the occupation of the Athens Polytechnic, hours before the culmination of festivities for...

Two Arrests After Another Night of Tension in Exarchia

Youth led anti-establishment groups clashed with police Saturday night in Athens Exarchia District. The group's weapons of choice included stones and petrol bombs. Police were...

Greek PM Tsipras Lays Wreath at Athens Polytechnic Amid Catcalls

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and several SYRIZA officials were met with boos when the PM laid a wreath at the Athens Polytechnic monument...

Shocking Video from Athens Polytechnic Riot

A shocking video depicting the riot that took place on Tuesday, April 7, in downtown Athens, Greece, near the Polytechnic school, was posted on YouTube...
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Amnesty International: ‘Unlawful Greek Police Violence Must End and Perpetrators Held Accountable’

Amnesty International released a public statement condemning the "unlawful practices" used by the Greek police to control protests in Greece, urging the Greek government...

EU Frets Over Greek Colleges

According to the Guardian, European academics, university workers, students and others, are calling on the EU and the Greek government to protect the status...

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