People protesting against the death of a teenager shot by Greek police have attacked banks and shops in Athens and the northern city of Thessaloniki.
Demonstrators hurled firebombs, rocks and other objects at the buildings and police, who responded with tear gas.
The streets of the capital were already strewn with glass and rubble after a night of rioting sparked by Saturday’s shooting in the Exarchia district.
It is worst such violence in the country in several years.
Two officers have been suspended, and an inquiry is under way.