Greece: Thousands march on anniversary of student uprising


              Protestors march as they shoot slogans during a rally, in Athens, Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022. Around 5,000 police were expected to be deployed in the Greek capital, where major streets were to be blocked to traffic and three subway stations along the march route shut down afternoon. In 1973, the military regime that had been in power since 1967 sent police and troops to crush student-led pro-democracy protests centered in the Athens Polytechnic. (AP Photo/Michael Varaklas)
            
              Protestors march during a rally, in Athens, Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022. Around 5,000 police were expected to be deployed in the Greek capital, where major streets were to be blocked to traffic and three subway stations along the march route shut down afternoon. In 1973, the military regime that had been in power since 1967 sent police and troops to crush student-led pro-democracy protests centered in the Athens Polytechnic. (AP Photo/Michael Varaklas)
            
              Protestors march as they shoot slogans during a rally, in Athens, Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022. Around 5,000 police were expected to be deployed in the Greek capital, where major streets were to be blocked to traffic and three subway stations along the march route shut down afternoon. In 1973, the military regime that had been in power since 1967 sent police and troops to crush student-led pro-democracy protests centered in the Athens Polytechnic. (AP Photo/Michael Varaklas)
            
              Protestors march as they shoot slogans during a rally, in Athens, Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022. Around 5,000 police were expected to be deployed in the Greek capital, where major streets were to be blocked to traffic and three subway stations along the march route shut down afternoon. In 1973, the military regime that had been in power since 1967 sent police and troops to crush student-led pro-democracy protests centered in the Athens Polytechnic. (AP Photo/Michael Varaklas)
            
              Protestors gathering in front of the Parliament at Syntagma square during a rally, in Athens, Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022. Around 5,000 police were expected to be deployed in the Greek capital, where major streets were to be blocked to traffic and three subway stations along the march route shut down afternoon. In 1973, the military regime that had been in power since 1967 sent police and troops to crush student-led pro-democracy protests centered in the Athens Polytechnic. (AP Photo/Michael Varaklas)
            
              Protestors march as they shoot slogans during a rally, in Athens, Greece, Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022. Around 5,000 police were expected to be deployed in the Greek capital, where major streets were to be blocked to traffic and three subway stations along the march route shut down afternoon. In 1973, the military regime that had been in power since 1967 sent police and troops to crush student-led pro-democracy protests centered in the Athens Polytechnic. (AP Photo/Michael Varaklas)
            
              A man passes with a scooter in front of police buses blocked the roads in front of Parliament at Syntagma square ahead of a rally, in Athens, Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022. Around 5,000 police were expected to be deployed in the Greek capital, where major streets were to be blocked to traffic and three subway stations along the march route shut down afternoon. In 1973, the military regime that had been in power since 1967 sent police and troops to crush student-led pro-democracy protests centered in the Athens Polytechnic. (AP Photo/Michael Varaklas)
            
              University students hold a blood-stained Greek flag from the deadly 1973 student uprising during a rally in Athens, Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022. Around 5,000 police were expected to be deployed in the Greek capital, where major streets were to be blocked to traffic and three subway stations along the march route shut down afternoon. In 1973, the military regime that had been in power since 1967 sent police and troops to crush student-led pro-democracy protests centered in the Athens Polytechnic. (AP Photo/Michael Varaklas)
            
              University students hold a blood-stained Greek flag from the deadly 1973 student uprising during a rally in Athens, Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022. Around 5,000 police were expected to be deployed in the Greek capital, where major streets were to be blocked to traffic and three subway stations along the march route shut down afternoon. In 1973, the military regime that had been in power since 1967 sent police and troops to crush student-led pro-democracy protests centered in the Athens Polytechnic. (AP Photo/Michael Varaklas)
            
              University students hold a blood-stained Greek flag from the deadly 1973 student uprising during a rally in Athens, Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022. Around 5,000 police were expected to be deployed in the Greek capital, where major streets were to be blocked to traffic and three subway stations along the march route shut down afternoon. In 1973, the military regime that had been in power since 1967 sent police and troops to crush student-led pro-democracy protests centered in the Athens Polytechnic. (AP Photo/Michael Varaklas)
            
              Riot police stand guard at a side walk ahead of a rally in Athens, Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022. Around 5,000 police were expected to be deployed in the Greek capital, where major streets were to be blocked to traffic and three subway stations along the march route shut down afternoon. In 1973, the military regime that had been in power since 1967 sent police and troops to crush student-led pro-democracy protests centered in the Athens Polytechnic. (AP Photo/Michael Varaklas)
            
              University students hold a blood-stained Greek flag from the deadly 1973 student uprising during a rally in Athens, Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022. Around 5,000 police were expected to be deployed in the Greek capital, where major streets were to be blocked to traffic and three subway stations along the march route shut down afternoon. In 1973, the military regime that had been in power since 1967 sent police and troops to crush student-led pro-democracy protests centered in the Athens Polytechnic. (AP Photo/Michael Varaklas)
Greece: Thousands march on anniversary of student uprising