Clashes between Greek police and protesters during the anniversary of the killing of Pavlos Fyssas rap singer
Greek police fired gas grenades at protesters who threw incendiary bombs in Athens on Saturday in a march to mark the 4-year anniversary of the killing of a rabist rapist by a pro-nationalist party.

The death of Pavlos Vesas sparked protests across Greece and prompted an investigation into the practices of the Golden Dawn Party over evidence of links to attacks. Some members of the party are still being prosecuted.

Clashes broke out on Saturday after dozens of masked protesters marched out of a march of about 2,000 people, including activists and migrants, and headed to party offices in central Athens.

Clashes between Greek police and protesters during the anniversary of the killing of Pavlos Fyssas rap singer
"Pavlos is alive! They have crushed the Nazis," shouted the protesters, raising banners demanding the closure of the party's offices and the imprisonment of its members.

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