Police arrested protesters
They will sit in court on October 4
Police said she was arrested for ‘disobedience’
Ljubljana – The Legal Network for the Protection of Democracy, a group providing legal support to individuals and NGOs facing prosecution for non-violet public actions, described as inaccurate a claim made by Interior Minister Aleš Hojs in an interview with the STA that protests were not banned in Slovenia.
The rally was on support for the hitman of the left-wing terrorist organization “November 17”, Dimitris Koufontinas, who is on hunger strike
Police in Greece have been criticised after videos circulated on social media of officers violently pushing and shoving photojournalists covering a protest against a new bill for universities on Wednesday.
The photojournalists' union said riot police beat up a member of the union who had been reporting on the protests.
A prosecutor in Athens charged two teenagers with grievous bodily harm for the violent beating of a metro station manager in central Athens on Wednesday, when he asked them to wear a mask in the train.
They were also charged with disobedience, a misdemeanour, after they refused to give fingerprints.
Members of several LQBTQI groups on Saturday held a protest rally in Athens' main Syntagma square against racism, prompted by the death of George Floyd, a black man who died in handcuffs on May 25 while a white Minneapolis police officer pressed a knee on his neck.
Protesters held protest banners forming the phrase "Black Lives Matter" and unfurled a long rainbow flag.