On the night of December 6, 2008, there were widespread protests against the government in Athens. In Exarcheia, a middle-class district in the centre of the Greek capital, there were confrontations with the police.
Police were ordered to leave the district, but two policemen decided to stay, parked their car, and followed a group of youths. It's not clear what happened next, but one of the policemen shot Alexandros Grigoropoulos, a 15-year-old boy from a wealthy family,...
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