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Greece: Prevent further extremist violence after activist stabbed to death

The Greek authorities must do everything in their power to prevent further politically motivated violence after a far-right supporter killed a musician and anti-fascist activist in the capital Athens The Greek authorities must do everything in their power to prevent further politically motivated violence after a far-right supporter killed a musician and anti-fascist activist in the capital Athe

Greece: Prevent further extremist violence after activist stabbed to death - 18 septembre 2013

Headline Title:  Greece: Prevent further extremist violence after activist stabbed to death The Greek authorities must do everything in their power to prevent further politically motivated violence after a far-right supporter killed a musician and anti-fascist activist in the capital Athe The Greek authorities must do everything in their power to prevent further politically motivated violence after a far-right supporter killed a musician and anti-fascist activist in the capital Athens this morning. Media Node:  Greece Golden Dawn Story Location:  Greece 39° 46' 37.2792" N, 21° 37' 15.9384" E “Politically motivated violence of this kind is unacceptable anywhere, and history has shown the grim consequences if it goes unchecked. The Greek authorities must send a clear message that attacks like this will not be tolerated, and the individual or individuals responsible must be brought to justice” Source:  Jezerca Tigani, Deputy Europe and Central Asia Programme Director at Amnesty International Date:  Me, 18/09/2013 URL:  Greece: Horrific knife attack targets migrants in Crete Description:  News story, 14 August 2013 URL:  Greece must bring an end to racist and xenophobic attacks Description:  News story, 15 August 2012 URL:  Greek authorities must send a strong message against cases of police abuse Description:  Public statement, 24 October 2012

Grèce. Des migrants victimes d’une terrible agression au couteau en Crète

Les autorités grecques doivent agir sans délai afin de freiner la recrudescence d’agressions xénophobes et racistes, a déclaré Amnesty International mercredi 14 août, après avoir appris que deux migrants pakistanais avaient été violemment agressés au couteau par une vingtaine d’hommes sur l’île de Crète, aux premières heures du 13 août. Les autorités grecques doivent agir sans délai afin de freiner la recrudescence d’agressions xénophobes et racistes, a déclaré Amnesty International mercredi 14 août, après avoir appris que de

Grecia: Atroz ataque de arma blanca contra migrantes en Creta

Las autoridades griegas deben actuar de inmediato para frenar la creciente oleada de ataques xenófobos y racistas. Así lo ha manifestado Amnistía Internacional hoy.  Las autoridades griegas deben actuar de inmediato para frenar la creciente oleada de ataques xenófobos y racistas.

Greece: Horrific knife attack targets migrants in Crete

The Greek authorities must act immediately to curb the growing spate of xenophobic and racist attacks Amnesty International said today.   The Greek authorities must act immediately to curb the growing spate of xenophobic and racist attacks Amnesty International said today.

Greece: Horrific knife attack targets migrants in Crete - 14 août 2013

Headline Title:  Greece: Horrific knife attack targets migrants in Crete The Greek authorities must act immediately to curb the growing spate of xenophobic and racist attacks Amnesty International said today. Greece must act immediately to curb xenophobic and racist attacks, Amnesty International said after a brutal knife attack on two Pakistani migrants. Media Node:  Greek racist attack Story Location:  Greece 35° 13' 47.2944" N, 24° 36' 43.6392" E “At the same time as we’ve seen a spike in xenophobic violence around Greece, the lack of laws to protect victims with irregular status has meant that reporting such crimes can result in the victims being deported while their attackers walk free” Source:  Jezerca Tigani, Deputy Europe and Central Asia Programme Director at Amnesty International Date:  Me, 14/08/2013 URL:  Greece: Systematic and prolonged detention of irregular migrants and asylum-seekers provokes riot Description:  Public statement, 13 August 2013 URL:  Greece must bring an end to racist and xenophobic attacks Description:  News story, 15 August 2012 URL:  Greece must halt mass police crackdown on 'irregular migrants' Description:  News story, 8 August 2012 URL:  Greece: The end of the road for refugees, asylum-seekers and migrants Description:  Report, December 2012

Las autoridades griegas ponen vidas en peligro al reenviar forzadamente a personas refugiadas y migrantes de vuelta a Turquía

Las personas refugiadas y migrantes que tratan de llegar a la UE a través de Grecia desde países arrasados por conflictos como Siria o Afganistán están siendo devueltas ilegalmente a Turquía por los guardias costeros y fronterizos griegos. Así lo ha revelado Amnistía Internacional en un nuevo informe hecho público hoy. Las personas refugiadas y migrantes que tratan de llegar a la UE a través de Grecia desde países arrasados por conflictos como Siria o Afganistán están siendo devueltas ilegalmente a Turquía por lo

Les autorités grecques mettent en danger la vie des réfugiés et des migrants en les renvoyant vers la Turquie

Les réfugiés et les migrants qui tentent d'atteindre l'Union européenne (UE) via la Grèce depuis des pays déchirés par la guerre comme la Syrie et l'Afghanistan sont renvoyés illégalement en Turquie par les garde-côtes et garde-frontières grecs, révèle Amnesty International dans un nouveau rapport rendu public mardi 9 juillet 2013. Les réfugiés et les migrants qui tentent d'atteindre l'Union européenne (UE) via la Grèce depuis des pays déchirés par la guerre comme la Syrie et l'Afghanistan sont renvoyés illégalement en Turqui

Greek authorities put lives in danger by pushing refugees and migrants back to Turkey - 9 juillet 2013

Headline Title:  Greek authorities put refugees and migrants lives in danger Refugees and migrants trying to reach the EU via Greece from conflict-torn countries like Syria and Afghanistan are being unlawfully returned to Turkey by Greek coast and border guards, Amnesty Int A new report explores the Greek authorities’ use of ‘push backs’- when they turn groups of migrants back across the border, denying them the right to challenge their expulsion. Media Node:  Greece new Story Location:  Greece 37° 38' 56.5224" N, 22° 14' 10.7808" E “What’s happening along the Greek border does not just shame Greece. It shames the European Union as a whole. ” Source:  Jezerca Tigani, Amnesty International’s Deputy Director for Europe and Central Asia. URL:  Frontier Europe: Human Rights Abuses on Greece’s border Description:  Read the full report URL:  ‘They told me I would be free’ Description:  Feature, 8 July 2013 URL:  People on the move: Greek police beat a tortured Turkish woman Description:  News, 23 May 2013 URL:  Greece: Despair pervades camps after 33 migrant workers shot in Manolada Description:  News, 22 April 2013 URL:  ‘What does Europe want from us?’ – Migrants detained for months on end in Greece Description:  Blog, 23 April 2013

‘They told me I would be free’ - 8 juillet 2013

Headline Title:  ‘They told me I would be free’ Ahmed has a haunted look about him as he sits on the end of a bed in the dark, damp police cell. He’s been held there for nearly a week. People risking the dangerous journey to Europe's borders are being pushed back and locked up. An Amnesty International team heard the stories of migrants on the Greek island of Lesvos, and met the locals doing their best to support them. Media Node:  Greece feature En un coup d'œil:  Some facts about migrants in Europe and Greece• Around 18,000 men, women and children have reportedly died trying to enter Europe since 1988.• Migrants can be detained for up to 18 months under EU law, even though they have committed no crime.• Greece doesn’t have a fair and effective asylum system, the European Court of Human Rights said in 2011.• The Court ruled that detention conditions for asylum seekers in Greece amounted to degrading and inhuman treatment. • Children arriving in Greece alone can be detained for months until a more suitable place is found for them. Story Location:  Grecia 36° 52' 46.6356" N, 22° 19' 27.1884" E “People fleeing war and poverty are now taking even bigger risks to get to Europe. The routes are increasingly dangerous, so people are losing their lives on the way. ” Source:  Irem Arf, Amnesty International's migration researcher