In the afternoon of January 24, the Greek government via the ministry of transport ordered the civil conscription (i.e. the forced return to work) of the workers at the Athens Metro, who had been on strike for the past eight days. In response, the workers in all other mass transportation mediums in the city (buses, metro green line and tram) have also joined or extended their strikes. The workers at the Athens metro are calling all those in solidarity to gather at the main metro depot in Sepolia (by Kifissos Ave).
- The Barbarian Release Party
- Solidarity from London to imprisoned hunger strikers in Greece
- Five anarchists go on hunger and thirst strike in Korydalos prison
- Exarcheia police station attacked with molotovs and stones; police try to retaliate by encircling and raiding the neighbourhood
- Lessons from 6 December, 2008
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