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Landmark Golden Dawn verdict welcomed by parties, obscuring underlying divisions
In a landmark decision on Wednesday, an Athens court ruled that Neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn had been operating as a criminal organisation and that seven of its former MPs should be sentenced along with other party members.
The ruling comes, following an arduous five-year trial, that focussed on numerous crimes carried out by Golden Dawn, including the murder of anti-fascist rapper Pavlos Fyssas as well as violent attacks on migrants.
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