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The award presented to Samaras Monday during a meeting in Athens of the EJC executive committee noted Greece's stand against the Golden Dawn party, who want to use and abuse democracy for their hateful and racist agenda, the EJC wrote in a statement.
The party said on its website that police confiscated mobile phones, hard discs, SIM cards and data storage sticks in Thursday's searches of the homes of Giorgos Germenis, Stathis Boukouras and Panagiotis Iliopoulos. Golden Dawn called for a rally
Supporters of Greece's far-right Golden Dawn party take part in a rally at central Syntagma square in Athens November 30, 2013. About 1,000 supporters of Greece's Golden Dawn party gathered outside parliament on Saturday to protest against the pre-
Members of the Neo-Fascist group CasaPound said Thursday they will host a meeting with the Greek Neo-Nazi organization Golden Dawn on Friday evening. The meeting is planned for CasaPound's Rome headquarters, triggering some local politicians to call
Greece (AP) Cheered by 150 supporters, a further three lawmakers from Greece's Nazi-inspired Golden Dawn party have appeared in charged with participating in a criminal organization. All three were granted deferral of Monday's hearing until Dec...
A previously unknown anti-establishment group has claimed responsibility for killing two supporters of the far-right Golden Dawn party in a drive-by shooting in Athens earlier this month. The Greek group, which calls itself, Militant People's
A woman holds a white rose as she stands near the local offices of far-right Golden Dawn party, following last night's shooting, in a northern suburb of Athens November 2, 2013. Support for Greece's far-right Golden Dawn party has grown since two
The insistence by the British commentariat on seeing Greece through the eyes of their own need for Eurozone breakdown is part of British pathology about Europe. To read the reports in British newspapers about Greece since the Eurozone crisis began is
The Greek government's crackdown on the country's far-right Golden Dawn party has revived a vexing question that seemed to have disappeared with the Cold War's end: Is there a place within liberal democracies for apparently anti-democratic parties?
Greece (AP) Greece's parliament has voted to lift the immunity of four lawmakers from the far-right Golden Dawn party so they can stand trial for various public disturbance offenses. Parliament members on Wednesday voted overwhelmingly in favor of