Govt mulls more freedoms for vaccinated, while arrest highlights evolving far-right networks

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Covid, Far Right, New Democracy
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Changes are afoot in key agencies at the front line of the pandemic, as the Greek government says it plans to further loosen restrictions on vaccinated citizens and refresh its public health messaging going into autumn.

In a separate development, the arrest of a man filmed directing an attack by a far-right group on anti-racism activists over the weekend provides further evidence of the regrouping and recruitment activities of ultra-nationalist and neo-Nazi organisatio...

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