Thousands March in Greek City to Mark Jewish WWII Deportations

Greek city Thessaloniki commemorates 70 years since the first deportation of Jews when German occupying forces invaded Greece; march also aims to send a message to Golden Dawn, Greece's neo-Nazi party.

The city of Thessaloniki commemorated 70 years since the first deportation of Jews to German extermination camps in 1943 on Saturday. The march from the city's Liberty Square to the old railway yards, the first event of its kind in seven decades, took place in wake of the rise of the Neo-Nazi party GoldenDawn.