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Greece cuts Golden Dawn state funds

23 October 2013 Last updated at 06:36 BST

The Greek parliament has voted overwhelmingly to suspend state funding for the far-right Golden Dawn party.

The new law allows an indefinite funding freeze for parties whose leadership is charged with involvement in a criminal group or terrorism.

Golden Dawn's leader and two MPs are in custody awaiting trial on charges of being part of a criminal organisation.

Reged Ahmad reports.

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