On Monday night (July 9) approximately 40 nazis of the Golden Dawn had gathered in a cafe in the city of Agrinion, Western Greece. A few moments later, anti-fascists who were informed of the gathering met up nearby and stormed the cafe; after the clash that followed, the nazis were forced to a hastily retreat. Among the nazis injured was their local MP. No injuries were reported on the side of the anti-fascists, and no arrests.
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