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Greece Protest Photos 4

[Image]A riot policeman clashes with a demonstrator during a protest in Athens’ Syntagma (Constitution) square, June 29, 2011. Greece’s parliament has approved unpopular austerity measures on Wednesday, despite violent protests, to secure international funds to prevent the euro zone’s first sovereign default. Reuters
[Image]Riot police detain a demonstrator during a protest in Athens’ Syntagma (Constitution) square, June 29, 2011. Greece’s parliament has approved unpopular austerity measures on Wednesday, despite violent protests, to secure international funds to prevent the euro zone’s first sovereign default. Reuters
[Image]Demonstrators are sorrounded by riot police during a protest in Athens’ Syntagma (Constitution) square, June 29, 2011. Greece’s parliament has approved unpopular austerity measures on Wednesday, despite violent protests, to secure international funds to prevent the euro zone’s first sovereign default. Reuters
[Image]Protesters’ first aid hold a flag with the red cross as a riot police officer looks on during clashes at Athens’ main Syntagma square, Wednesday, June 29, 2011. Greece’s lawmakers approved a key austerity bill Wednesday needed to avert default next month, despite a second day of rioting on the streets of Athens that left dozens of police and protesters injured. (Thanassis Stavrakis)
[Image]Protesters clash with riot police in Syntagma square in central Athens, Wednesday, June 29, 2011. Greece’s lawmakers approved a key austerity bill Wednesday needed to avert default next month, despite a second day of rioting on the streets of Athens that left dozens of police and protesters injured. (Petros Karadjias)
[Image]A protester reacts after his arrest during clashes at the main Syntagma square, in Athens, Wednesday, June 29, 2011. Greece’s lawmakers approved a key austerity bill Wednesday needed to avert default next month, despite a second day of rioting on the streets of Athens that left dozens of police and protesters injured. (Thanassis Stavrakis)
[Image]Riot police clashes with protesters in Syntagma square, central Athens, Wednesday, June 29, 2011. Greece’s lawmakers approved a key austerity bill Wednesday needed to avert default next month, despite a second day of rioting on the streets of Athens that left dozens of police and protesters injured. (Petros Karadjias)
[Image]A protester throws a chair into a burning barricade at Syntagma square during a demonstration in front of the Greek Parliament in central Athens, Wednesday, June 29, 2011. Greece’s lawmakers approved a key austerity bill Wednesday needed to avert default next month, despite a second day of rioting on the streets of Athens that left dozens of police and protesters injured. (Dimitri Messinis)
[Image]Demonstrators throw objects against riot police during a protest outside the parliament in Athens June 29, 2011. Greece’s parliament looked increasingly likely to approve unpopular austerity measures on Wednesday, despite violent protests, to secure international funds to prevent the euro zone’s first sovereign default. Reuters
[Image]A riot police officer throws a stone at protesters during clashes in central Athens Wednesday, June 29, 2011.Greek deputies are to vote Wednesday on a deeply unpopular austerity bill that has provoked days of rioting in the streets of Athens, with the result of the vote determining is Greece can avoid a potentially disastrous financial default in the coming weeks .(Petros Giannakouris)
[Image]Protesters clash with riot infront of the Greek Parliament in central Athens Wednesday, June 29, 2011. Greek deputies are to vote Wednesday on a deeply unpopular austerity bill that has provoked days of rioting in the streets of Athens, with the result of the vote determining is Greece can avoid a potentially disastrous financial default in the coming weeks .(Petros Giannakouris)
[Image]Protesters throw stones at police at Syntagma square in front of the Greek Parliament in central Athens on Wednesday, June 29, 2011. Greek deputies are to vote Wednesday on a deeply unpopular austerity bill that has provoked days of rioting in the streets of Athens, with the result of the vote determining whether the country can avoid a potentially disastrous default in the coming weeks. (Kostas Tsironis)
[Image]Riot police scuffle with a demonstrator during a protest outside the parliament in Athens June 29, 2011. Greece’s parliament looked increasingly likely to approve unpopular austerity measures on Wednesday, despite violent protests, to secure international funds to prevent the euro zone’s first sovereign default. Reuters
[Image]A demonstrator stands near a barricade during a protest in Athens’ Syntagma (Constitution) square, June 29, 2011. Greece’s parliament looked increasingly likely to approve unpopular austerity measures on Wednesday, despite violent protests, to secure international funds to prevent the euro zone’s first sovereign default. Reuters
[Image]Protesters run among tear gas thrown by riot police during clashes in central Athens Wednesday, June 29, 2011.Greek deputies are to vote Wednesday on a deeply unpopular austerity bill that has provoked days of rioting in the streets of Athens, with the result of the vote determining is Greece can avoid a potentially disastrous financial default in the coming weeks .(Petros Giannakouris)
[Image]Demonstrators handle a tree as a crowd moves into Syntagma Square during a protest in Athens, June 29, 2011. Greece’s parliament looked increasingly likely to approve unpopular austerity measures on Wednesday, despite violent protests, to secure international funds to prevent the euro zone’s first sovereign default. Reuters
[Image]A riot policeman kicks back a smoke grenade canister during a protest outside the parliament in Athens June 29, 2011. Greece’s parliament looked increasingly likely to approve unpopular austerity measures on Wednesday, despite violent protests, to secure international funds to prevent the euro zone’s first sovereign default. Reuters
[Image]A protester uses a fire extinguisher against police at Syntagma Square in front of the Greek Parliament in central Athens, Wednesday, June 29, 2011. Greek deputies are to vote Wednesday on a deeply unpopular austerity bill that has provoked days of rioting in the streets of Athens, with the result of the vote determining whether the country can avoid a potentially disastrous default in the coming weeks. (Petros Karadjias)
[Image]People run away from tear gases during a protest at Syntagama square in Athens June 29, 2011. Greece’s parliament looked increasingly likely to approve unpopular austerity measures on Wednesday, despite violent protests, to secure international funds to prevent the euro zone’s first sovereign default. Reuters
[Image]Cobblestones, thrown by demonstrators [and police tear gas canisters], litter the street during a protest in Athens’ Syntagma (Constitution) square, June 29, 2011. Greece’s parliament looked increasingly likely to approve unpopular austerity measures on Wednesday, despite violent protests, to secure international funds to prevent the euro zone’s first sovereign default. Reuters
[Image]Strikers clash with riot police during a demonstration in central Athens Tuesday June 29, 2010. Greek labor unions held nationwide 24-hour general strike to protest overhaul of social security, labor law. The reforms are part of the government’s efforts to pull Greece out of its financial crisis. (Alkis Konstantinidis)
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[Image]A wounded protester is being led away from clashes with riot police as protesters tried to prevent deputies from reaching the Greek parliament in central Athens on Wednesday, June 29, 2011. Greek deputies are to vote Wednesday on a deeply unpopular austerity bill that has provoked days of rioting in the streets of Athens, with the result of the vote determining whether the country can avoid a potentially disastrous default in the coming weeks. (Thanassis Stavrakis)
[Image]Riot police officer help an injured colleague, during clashes at a union protest in Athens on Tuesday, June 29, 2010. Some 16,000 people took part in two separate demonstrations, the second of which turned violent as stone-throwing youths fought with riot police. Public services shut down across Greece Tuesday as workers walked off the job in a new nationwide general strike that disrupted public transport, left hospitals operating on emergency staff and pulled all news broadcasts off the air.
[Image]Demonstrators embrace after being overcome by tear gases during a protest in front of the parliament in Athens June 29, 2011. Greece’s parliament looked increasingly likely to approve unpopular austerity measures on Wednesday, despite violent protests, to secure international funds to prevent the euro zone’s first sovereign default. Reuters
[Image]Riot policemen detain a suspected rioter during clashes at a union protest in Athens on Tuesday, June 29, 2010. Some 16,000 people took part in two separate demonstrations, the second of which turned violent as stone-throwing youths fought with riot police. Public services shut down across Greece Tuesday as workers walked off the job in a new nationwide general strike that disrupted public transport, left hospitals operating on emergency staff and pulled all news broadcasts off the air.
[Image]Riot police chase away protesters trying to prevent deputies from reaching the Greek parliament in central Athens on Wednesday, June 29, 2011. Greek deputies are to vote later Wednesday on a deeply unpopular austerity bill that has provoked days of rioting in the streets of Athens, with the result of the vote determining whether the country can avoid a potentially disastrous default in the coming weeks. The banner reads “We must overturn their policies now”. (Kostas Tsironis)
[Image]Protesters try to raise the aluminum shutters of a National Bank of Greece branch at Syntagma Square in front of the Greek Parliament in central Athens, Wednesday, June 29, 2011. Greek deputies are to vote Wednesday on a deeply unpopular austerity bill that has provoked days of rioting in the streets of Athens, with the result of the vote determining whether the country can avoid a potentially disastrous default in the coming weeks. (Kostas Tsironis)
[Image]Protesters shout slogans as they picket the Embassy of Greece at the financial district of Makati, southeast of Manila, Philippines Wednesday June 29, 2011 to coincide with the protest in Athens against the unpopular austerity bill to be voted upon in the Greek Parliament. The austerity measure drew violent protests that left at least 46 people injured, mostly policemen. (Bullit Marquez)

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