Greek police prevent clash at immigrant rally


ATHENS, Greece — Police clashed with 500 extremists who were targeting a protest against a planned fence on the Greek Turkish border in Athens on Saturday (January 15th). The extremists threw stones at the police, who fired tear gas in return. No injuries were reported. Three people were arrested. The demonstration against the proposed 12.5km-long fence was attended by 1,000 immigrants, unionists and human rights activists.

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