A Greek militant anarchist group has claimed responsibility for a letter bomb sent to an anti-terrorism prosecutor, which exploded on Sunday without causing injury or damage.
ABC News: September 3, 2013
Not far from the Athenian ruins where democracy was born more than 2,500 years ago, young anarchists intent on toppling Greece's political system run a cafe where the beer is cheap and the artwork features police cars set on fire.
Reuters: August 14, 2013
Two Greek and two Turkish men have been charged with multiple terrorism-related offenses after being arrested on a speedboat carrying weapons near the Turkish coast.
FOX News: August 1, 2013
Police in Greece say a parcel bomb has been destroyed at the country's main court complex in Athens.
The Province: July 18, 2013
A judicial panel in the Greek capital, Athens, has ordered a suspected far-left militant be released on bail after he went on hunger strike.
BBC: July 11, 2013
ATHENS, Greece - A doctor monitoring the health of an anarchist hunger striker jailed on terrorism charges said Wednesday the man is at the "final stage" of life and appealed to the government to secure his release.
The Province: July 10, 2013
A newly emerged militant group said it carried out a rifle attack on the headquarters of Greece's governing New Democracy party earlier this year in protest against cuts imposed by international lenders.
The Age: June 26, 2013
A Greek guerrilla group claimed responsibility for a time bomb that exploded outside the Athens home of a prison director on Friday, slightly wounding one woman in the face, police officials said on Saturday.
Reuters: June 10, 2013
A time bomb exploded outside the Athens home of a Greek prison director overnight on Friday, smashing windows and slightly injuring one woman in the face, police officials said.
Yahoo! News: June 7, 2013
Three small gas canister bombs exploded near government offices and an influential economic think-tank in Athens on Monday, causing minor damage but no injuries, police said.
Reuters: June 3, 2013