At least five people have been injured in the Greek city of Piraeus after a march marking the anniversary of the murder of an anti-fascism rapper descended into violence.
Earlier the march attended by the victim’s family and anti-racist groups had passed off peacefully.
Father of victim Pavlos Fyssas explained why he was on the march:
“People have to remember what happened to my Pavlos. People have to fight and realize what fascism means,” said Panagiotis Fyssas.
Pavlos Fyssas was stabbed by a supporter of Greece’s ultra-nationalist, neo-Nazi party, Golden Dawn.
Giorgos Roupakias, the man who has confessed to the murder, is out on bail after serving 18 months in pretrial detention.