Posts Tagged ‘Piraeus’

Piraeus: Evi Statiri, on hunger strike since 14/9, currently hospitalised (Greece)

Tuesday, September 29th, 2015

Anarchist gathering in solidarity with Evi Statiri, who has undertaken hunger strike since September 14th against fear and injustice: Wednesday, September 30th 2015, at 18:00 outside the General State Hospital of Nikaia in Piraeus. — Assembly in solidarity with Evi Statiri (in Athens).

In the early hours of Sunday, September 27th 2015, when Evi Statiri entered the 14th day of her hunger strike, she suffered severe hypoglycemia and presented with symptoms such as intense pallor, orthostatic hypotension and tachycardia on exertion. Additionally, she has experienced malaise, palpitations when making the slightest effort and when standing, and cold intolerance, often accompanied by chills. Later that day, she was urgently transferred from Koridallos prison to the General State Hospital of Nikaia in Piraeus, having lost 11% of her initial body weight.

Evi Statiri is now awaiting response from a judicial council, having filed a new request for her release three weeks ago.

via contrainfo.

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Piraeus: Incendiary attack against the local office of the nationalistic party “Golden Dawn” (Greece)

Monday, March 4th, 2013

On Thursday 13/02 the local office of the nationalistic party “Golden Dawn” in Piraeus was assaulted and surrendered in flames. The building, where the attack took place, is situated really close to the local police headquarters. The Nazi’s shithole was destroyed completely. The group “Organisation Zero Tolerance” claimed responsibility for this action by publishing a communiqué.

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#URGENT# Financial appeal from Resalto comrades (Greece)

Monday, December 14th, 2009

Keratsini is the municipality where the police raided the anarchist space Resalto and then raided the occupied town Hall as well, arresting 22 in Resalto and 41 in the Town Hall. The 41 arrested in the Town Hall were set free December 7.
The 22 arrested from Resalto were set free December 7 at 6.30 am. They were recieved by people in solidarity that were standing outside the court of Piraeus. Four are set free without conditions, one has to pay a bail of 15000 euro, two have to pay 5000 euro each, six have to pay 3000 euro each, and the rest with other restrictions (can’t leave the country, have to be present at a police station every some days).

What follows is a communication from the comrades of the Resalto centre. (more…)

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Posted in Social Control