FINAL UPDATE, 12.18 PM. A more affirmative picture of what happened in central Athens tonight: The anti-fascist demo spotted a small number of fascists (2-3) in the Agios Panteleimonas area of Athens, near Amerikis sq (close to where the Tanzanian social centre was attacked by fascists only a few days ago). Immediately after the attack, the DELTA police that were following the demo attacked it and tried to break it up; in the mayhem that followed, approximately 10 motorbikes were left behind (and eventually confiscated by police). The DELTA attacked the demo two more times, as it was heading back into Exarcheia. In total, 23 arrests are being reported from the anti-fascists’ side, while there is at least one anti-fascist seriously injured and one nazi, too.
11:23 PM No sight of Nazi gathering anywhere in the center of Athens on Acharnon street or Aghios Panteleimonas Square. Just a lot of police.
10:57 PM Unconfirmed information talk about gathering of neoNazis, accompanied by the police, on Acharnon street. People are also gathered in the central Athenian squats to defend the sites, in the case the Nazis and police attack them.
UPDATE, 10.30 PM.(Breaking news) In the evening of Sunday, Sep 30th an anti-fascist demo of approx. 100-150 people spotted nazis in the area of Amerikis Square in Athens and clashed with them. Soon thereafter, at approximately 21:20, the anti-fascists were in turn attacked in retaliation by members of the DELTA motorcycle police squad — first in the neighbourhood of Amerikis Square and then on Alexandras Avenue and in Exarcheia. According to eye-witnesses in Exarcheia, when the motorcycle demo reached the neighbourhood, the DELTA arrested and injured many of its participants. Ambulances have arrived at the scene and at least six anti-fascists seem to have been detained and taken to the police HQ on Alexandras Ave. There is an unconfirmed number of injured, too.
More info as it comes.