Protesters took to the streets and clashed with police in the center of Athens on Tuesday afternoon to express support with jailed terrorist Dimitris Koufodinas.
Earlier in the day, self-styled anarchists barged into the building housing the state-run Athens-Macedonian News Agency in Athens, chanting slogans in favor of the terrorist.
Riot police made limited use of tear gas on Friday after engaging in scuffles with protesters during a demonstration of around 60 people outside Athens University to express solidarity with jailed terrorist Dimitris Koufodinas, who has been on hunger strike for several weeks.
Twenty-one people were detained.
The downtown Athens metro stations of Panepistimio, Monastiraki and Evangelismos will be closed at 4 p.m. on Friday on the orders of the Greek police.
The station closure was ordered to take place ahead of a 5 p.m. protest rally planned outside Athens University on Panepistimiou Street in support of jailed November 17 terrorist Dimitris Koufodinas.
Jailed terrorist Dimitris Koufodinas was transferred to Domokos high-security prison, near Lamia in central Greece, on Monday, following a recent tightening of the laws regarding prison leave and the transfer system.
The law, passed earlier in December, bans the transfer of detainees convicted of terrorist offenses to rural prisons and foresees much stricter criteria for furlough.