Two members of Greece’s far-right Golden Dawn have been killed and a third wounded in a drive-by shooting outside the party’s offices in an Athens suburb, police say.
The dead men, aged 22 and 27, were guarding the office.
The attack comes weeks after several members of Golden Dawn, including the leader, were arrested on suspicion of forming a criminal organisation.
The arrests followed the killing of an anti-fascist musician.
A Golden Dawn supporter has been charged over the killing of Pavlos Fyssas, 34, whose stage name was Killah P.
His death sparked protests in Athens and across Greece.