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last updated 18-Aug-2020

News articles and special reports related to anarchism, fascism, neo Nazis, and civilian uprising in Europe. We cover anarchism, patterns of far-right criminality, and civilian uprising in countries such as Greece, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Cyprus, and France, as well as many Eastern (former Soviet) countries. The Adverse Private Forces we primarily focus here are European anarchists and fascists, as well as events featuring civilian uprising in the region.




Greek Golden Dawn member arrested over murder of leftwing hip-hop artist. Police raid offices of far-right party after fatal stabbing of musician and anti-fascist activist Pavlos Fyssas (aka Killah P). By Helena Smith, The Guardian, September 18, 2013: TEXT | PICTURE

Masked intruders raid Greek gold mining company. The mining company, Hellas Gold, is 95 per cent owned by Canadian mining company Eldorado Gold Inc. Firefighters and police said the intruders raided the facility after midnight, using gasoline bombs and flammable liquid to set fire to machinery, vehicles and offices. By Costas Kantouris (AP), The Toronto Star, February 17, 2013: TEXT | PICTURE

Over 5,000 Thousand Greeks join far-right Golden Dawn rally. Protesters chanted anti-Turkish, anti-US and anti-immigrant slogans while carrying torches and Greek flags. Euronews, March 2, 2013: TEXT | VIDEOS

Anarchists claim Athens bomb. A group calling itself the Anarchist Partnership Wild Organisation and Freedom Promoters had posted a note on the internet saying it was responsible for Sunday's attack. By SAPA, IOL, January 24, 2013: TEXT

Bomb Explodes in Athens Mall – Two Injured. The explosion ocuured before 11 a.m. at The Mall commercial center in Marousi, a bombing that came in the wake of a similar attack outside the homes of four journalists and the brother of the government’s spokesman. By Andy Dabilis, Greek Reporter, January 20, 2013: TEXT | PICTURES

Greek government cracks down on foreigners. The Greek government is cracking down on immigrants as the effects of its financial crisis deepen. Thousands of foreigners have been arrested. Inigo Gilmore reports from Athens. Channel 4 News, October 11, 2012: VIDEO


German police bust far-Right model plane explosive plot. A man has been arrested in Germany over an alleged far-Right plot to use explosives mounted on a model plane against his political opponents. By AFP, The Telegraph, September 10, 2013: TEXT

Fears in Germany as Golden Dawn moves in from Greece. Greek neo-Nazi party believed to be in Nuremberg with aim of recruiting young Greeks flocking to Germany in search of work. Kate Connolly and Helena Smith in Athens, The Guardian, February 5, 2013: TEXT | VIDEO


Putin's anti-gay politics arrive in Italy. From Russia to Rome: Fronte Nazionale released hundreds of banners saying 'I agree with Putin'. Roman LGBT associations ask the mayor to ban the campaign. By Daniele Guido Gessa. Gay Star News, September 9, 2013: TEXT | PICTURE

Fascism mounts a comeback in Italy. CasaPound is one of several radical right-wing groups seeking to gain from the widespread dissatisfaction with established politics. By Paul Ames, Salon, February 11, 2013: TEXT | PICTURES


Moscow police arrest 1,200 migrants after riots. 'Pre-emptive raid' after ultranationalists trash vegetable warehouse in unrest sparked by murder of ethnic Russian. By Tom Balmforth, The Guardian, October 14, 2013: TEXT | PICTURE (Pinned)

Moscow's Western Biryulyovo district riots. A mixed crowd of nationalists and locals attacked a warehouse run by natives of the Caucasus, blaming a migrant for the fatal stabbing of a local. Voice of Russia, October 14, 2013: PICTURES


Belfast City riots: 17 more snaps of suspects police want to speak to over Twelfth riots. Police have continued their pursuit of those involved in widespread rioting on the Twelfth of July by releasing more pictures of people they want to speak to. By Chris Kilpatrick, Belfast Telegrap, October 17, 2013: TEXT | PICTURES




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