|Author (Person)||Hope, Kerin|
|Series Title||Financial Times|
Police in the Greek capital Athens stopped the far-right Golden Dawn party from handing out free food only to Greeks on the city's main square Syntagma Square on the 2 May 2013.
Golden Dawn, once a fringe movement, is now Greece's fifth-biggest party and is strongly anti-immigrant.
Riot police used tear gas to prevent activists distributing food from a lorry on Syntagma Square, where the country's parliament is located.
Athens Mayor Giorgos Kaminis says a Golden Dawn MP later tried to assault him for banning the gathering.
|Countries / Regions||Greece|