Thousands have protested over Greece’s deadliest rail disaster which killed dozens of people last month.
The protesters expressed anger over safety deficiencies in Greece’s railway network and demanded punishment for those responsible for the head-on collision of the train that killed 57 people on February 28.
Police said that more than 8,000 people in Athens gathered outside Parliament to protest on Sunday.
Authorities shut down four metro stations on two lines running through central Athens because of the protest.
Also, in Thessaloniki, Greece’s second-largest city, about 5,000 people protested.
The rally was organised by civil servants, a pro-communist union and university students.
Public and private sector employees are expected to walk out again on Thursday.
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