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Greece protests austerity measures

Protesters clashed with riot police across Athens during a general strike against the government's latest efforts to reshape the economy.

 
 

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Protesters throw gasoline bombs during clashes in Athens. Hundreds of protesters clashed with riot police during a massive labor protest as Greece struggles to reshape its economy under conditions set by a $146 billion international bailout.


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