A woman shouts slogans during an anti-fascism rally in Perama a suburb near Athens October 12, 2013. Far-right Golden Dawn party leader Nikos Mihaloliakos and five fellow lawmakers have been charged ... more 
A woman shouts slogans during an anti-fascism rally in Perama a suburb near Athens October 12, 2013. Far-right Golden Dawn party leader Nikos Mihaloliakos and five fellow lawmakers have been charged with belonging to a criminal organisation involved in many offences including the stabbing last month of left-wing rap artist Pavlos Fissas, whose death has infuriated the government. More than 400,000 people voted for Golden Dawn last year - over 20 times as many as in 2009. The criminal case being put together by investigating magistrates in Athens, however, focuses on the core of organisers and youth members who appear to number a few thousand nationwide and have been a small but vocal presence on the streets over the past decade or so. The placard reads: "Pavlos is alive." To match story GREECE-DAWN/TESTIMONY Picture taken October 12, 2013. REUTERS/YORGOS KARAHALIS (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST) less 
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