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Crackdown continues in
Room, 4th Floor
(Continued from Page 1)
gust under a general amnesty for
Policemen on street corners
stopped youths for identity checks
and many were seen taken away
in police vans. Most of them had
terday when some students and
workers attempted to form groups
in some suburbs and outside the
polytechnic school and university.
The death toll in the incidents of-
ficially remained at nine. The in-
jured totalled 110 civilian and 38'
The spokesman said that martial
law - imposed after the clashes
-would continue for a month, the
limit allowed to President Papado-
poulos without consulting the gov-
Tuesday, November 20, 1973
tras, and restaurants and night-
clubs closed their doors early.
THE PROHIBITION on meetings
of more than five people, was also
a factor restricting social life.
Athens radio broadcast repeated-
ly a warning by the military au-
thorities that troops had orders to
use arms to maintain law and or-
Newspapers published yesterday
but were heavily censored. Under
martial law provisions, they can-
not publish reports considered
likely to cause anxiety or fear to
the population or undermine the
authority of the established order
and reduce confidence in security.
long hair and beards. policemen. Five of the injured ci- MARTIAL LAW could be extend-
The arrest of the workers indi- vilians remain in critical condition. ed for angther two months if peace
cated clearly that the students did and order were not restored by
pick up some significant labor sup- THE NUMBER of actual injur- then, he added.
port in their efforts to topple the ed, however, is believed to be Meanwhile, people continued
Greek regime. much higher as many students pre- buying up large quantities of food
ferred to go to private clinics and and most shops and supermarkets
TANKS AND steel - helmeted doctors rather than risk arrest by reported running out of stocks.
troops patrolled the streets of the going to hospital. The effect of martial law was
capital and guarded the offices of The universities in Athens and soon apparent here. People were
President George Papadopoulos Salonica were closed, and a govern- rushing back home before curfew
and Premier Spyros Markezinis. ment spokesman said they would time in Athens, Salonica and Pa-
Minor clashes were reported yes- remain closed for at least 20 days.
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