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Letter bomb wounds former Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos
Letter bomb wounds former Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos

A file photo of ex-Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos (by AFP) Former Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos sustained light wounds on T...

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Greek police, protesters clash over new austerity measures
Greek police, protesters clash over new austerity measures

Police and protesters clashed in the Greek capital, Athens, on Thursday as lawmakers approved new unpopular austerity measures, including p...

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Greeks protest, demand end to more austerity measures
Greeks protest, demand end to more austerity measures

Municipal contract workers, who face unemployment, protest at the yard of the Ministry of Administrative Reforms, after breaking down a me...

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Greek seamen, journalists strike against austerity
Greek seamen, journalists strike against austerity

Journalists and media workers march in central Athens, Greece, during a 24-hour strike on May 16, 2017. (Photo by AFP) Greek seamen and ...

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Greek seamen, journalists protest austerity measures ahead of general strike
Greek seamen, journalists protest austerity measures ahead of general strike

A file photo shows two men sitting on a bench near passenger ships during a 24-hour strike by Greek ship workers, November 24, 2016. Gre...

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Greek farmers clash with riot police in Athens
Greek farmers clash with riot police in Athens

Violent clashes have erupted between Greek farmers and riot police during a massive protest rally in the Greek capital, Athens, over governm...

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Greeks protest as government, creditors discuss new austerity measures
Greeks protest as government, creditors discuss new austerity measures

Anti-austerity protesters have rallied in the Greek capital against bailout talks underway between the country’s officials and its internati...

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Greece resumes stalled negotiations with EU, IMF
Greece resumes stalled negotiations with EU, IMF

The file photo shows the flags of Greece (L) and the European Union. Negotiations between Greece and international lenders have resumed amid...

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Uniformed Greeks stage anti-austerity protest
Uniformed Greeks stage anti-austerity protest

Hundreds of uniformed personnel from the Greek police, coast guards and firefighting forces have staged a rally against the government’s rec...

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Esltat says Greece GDP declined in October to December
Esltat says Greece GDP declined in October to December

A new report says Greece's economy has contracted in the fourth quarter of 2016 as the debt-laden country faces stalemate in negotiation...

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Greek authorities evacuated 72,000 people after World War II-bomb found in Greek city of Thessaloniki
Greek authorities evacuated 72,000 people after World War II-bomb found in Greek city of Thessaloniki

Military officers unload sacks of sand next to a hole in the ground, right, where a 250-kilogram World War Two bomb was found during excavat...

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Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras urges IMF to revise its forecast
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras urges IMF to revise its forecast

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras speaks during a meeting of his Syriza party in Athens on February 11, 2017. Greece has warned the Intern...

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Greek court grants bail to activists detained over refugees
Greek court grants bail to activists detained over refugees

Spanish human rights activists Mikel Zuloaga (L) and Begona Huarte A court in Greece has given bail to two Spanish activists who were arrest...

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Coca-Cola, Nestle, Unilever and Greece's giant dairy company, Delta to withdraw goods from Greek supermarkets after poisoning threat
Coca-Cola, Nestle, Unilever and Greece's giant dairy company, Delta to withdraw goods from Greek supermarkets after poisoning threat

The file photo shows a supermarket in the Greek capital, Athens. Coca-Cola, Nestle, Unilever and Greece's giant dairy company, Delta, wi...

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Greek parliament approves bonuses despite EU objections
Greek parliament approves bonuses despite EU objections

A file photo of the Greek parliament building in Athens (by AFP) The Greek parliament has approved a piece of legislation to pay pensioners ...

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Greece urges dignified breakthrough in debt row with Eurogroup
Greece urges dignified breakthrough in debt row with Eurogroup

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras addresses the media as he arrives for a European Union summit in Brussels on December 15, 2016. (Photo b...

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Eurozone ministers halt Greece debt relief
Eurozone ministers halt Greece debt relief

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras (Photo by AFP) Eurozone finance ministers have decided to halt a debt relief initiative for Greece in th...

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Gang forging passports for refugees busted in Greece
Gang forging passports for refugees busted in Greece

Young refugees warm themselves around a campfire at a refugee camp in Thessaloniki, the second largest city in Greece, on December 1, 2016. ...

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Greek parliament approves budget for 2017
Greek parliament approves budget for 2017

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras delivers a speech during a parliamentary session to vote on the proposed budget for 2017, in Athens, Dec...

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Greek parliament to approve new cuts for 2017
Greek parliament to approve new cuts for 2017

The file photo shows people attending a protest in Athens, Greece, to condemn fresh pay cuts and tax hikes. (Photo by AFP) Greece's parl...

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