The largest demonstration of public outrage yet over Greece’s deadliest train disaster took place in Athens and other surrounding cities on Wednesday as tens of thousands of people marched on city streets, and transportation workers went on strike. Last month’s train disaster resulted in the deaths of 57 people — many of which were university students.
According to AP News, labor union members and students flooded the streets of Athens, with at least 30,000 individuals participating in the protest. As a result of the strike, ferry services to the islands and public transportation services in Athens were halted.
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“Clashes broke out after the rallies in Athens and two other cities,” AP News.
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