Posted Nov 07, 2012By
Protesters clashed with police near the parliament in Athens, Wednesday Nov. 7, 2012 during the second day of demonstration against new austerity measures. A crucial parliamentary vote on new spending cuts is the toughest test yet for the country’s fragile four month-old coalition government, which must pass the 13.5 billion euro ($17 billion) package of measures to ensure Greece continues receiving vital bailout funds from its international creditors to avoid bankruptcy.
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