Greek universities mull allowing police on campuses

Politicians from all sides agree that universities have a problem with violence; they just disagree on ways to solve it.

    Violence on campuses in Greek universities is common.

    Anarchists and criminals are often seen attacking staff and students.

    Some believe this is because of a law that prevents police from entering campuses and protecting people.

    But others say it is important to keep the police out.

    Al Jazeera's John Psaropoulos reports.


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