Greek anarchists storm hospital, attack policemen

By REUTERS
May 11, 2011 23:00

 
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ATHENS - A group of 150 self-styled anarchists stormed into an Athens hospital where a protester who was severely injured in a protest march on Wednesday is being treated and attacked three policemen, a police official said.

"The hooded youths broke into the hospital manager's office and beat up three policemen who were there, investigating the protester's injuries," said the policeman who declined to be named.

"Two policemen were slightly injured and one suffered more serious injuries to the head," the policeman said.

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