<table><tr><td>On Sunday night just after 23:00 a mega-bomb hit the headquarters of the National Insurance in Athens on Sygrou avenue. The blast was heard in a radius of five miles across the city. The bomb believed by the authorities to be the work of the Revolutionary Struggle has gutted the building's ground floor smashing windows even across the wide avenue which has now been given to traffic again after hours of closure. There were no human injuries as the guerrillas made a call so that the police evacuates the place.
<table><tr><td><p>From <a href="http://libcom.org/news/academic-freedom-issues-terrorist-court-case-2712...
<strong>A sociology graduate student who researches 'radical activist groups' is under pressure from a US court.</strong>
<table><tr><td>A communique from Greece for an arson, translated from an athens indymedia post on 27/12:
<table><tr><td>On December 28, 2009, at 7:30 am, about 40-50 Anti-Olympics protesters took to the streets in Guelph to unwelcome the 2010 Olympics Torch Relay. When the torch was approaching, the protesters took to the street to precede the Torch through downtown. Stacks of pamphlets were handed out or thrown around the patriotic Olympics fans, which described the reasons why we oppose the 2010 Olympics.
<p>Sorry we’ve been too busy to write. We’ve got three more actions to catch up on…</p>
-On Halloween, Bash Back! Stalks The City and Makes It Pretty<p>
-Adds a non-assimilationist voice to a stale trotskyist rally<p>
-Bloques up and disrupt capitalism-as-usual while people die in Afghanistan<p>
<table><tr><td><p>From <a href="http://libcom.org/news/there-will-be-blood-warns-greek-labour-minister-c...
The Labour minster of the socialist government in greece has expressed fears of bloodshed due to the measures set to be imposed in the next 3 months in response to the debt crisis of the country.