More protests planned in Greece in wake of riots

ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Police are bracing for possible new violence at planned demonstrations to protest the fatal police shooting of a 15-year-old boy in Greece.

Dozens of stores, banks and cars have been torched or smashed in weekend rioting across Greece after the boy was shot late Saturday in Athens.

Protesters planned demonstrations Monday evening in at least five Greek cities including Athens and Greece's second largest city of Thessaloniki.

The country's Police Officers' Association has apologized to the boy's family, and President Karolos Papoulias sent a telegram expressing his condolences.

Britain and Australia have urged tourists to take care when visiting Athens and be aware of possible violent demonstrations.