The office of a university professor at Panteion University in Athens was vandalized by members of an anti-establishment group on Wednesday afternoon, the latest in a series of attacks described by the perpetrators as "an expression of solidarity" with Constantinos Giagtzoglou, a 29-year-old terrorist suspect who was recently transferred from the capital's Korydallos Prison to a penitentiary in
Panteion University in Athens on Tuesday inaugurated the so-called "Iranian corner" at the institution's library. University rector Ismini Kriari and Iran's cultural attache Ali Muhammad Helmi presided over the opening. "It contains books that are about Iranian culture, history and contemporary political issues," said Kriari of the collection.
The President of the Hellenic Republic, Prokopis Pavlopoulos received Panteio University professor Angelos Syrrigos on Wednesday evening and expressed his unequivocal condemnation over the unprovoked attack the educator had fallen victim to by a group of students. According to the President’s close aides, Mr.