RT: Protesters & police clash in Athens before austerity vote18 May 2017 | 21:48 | FOCUS News Agency
People took to the streets of Greece’s capital for the second consecutive day to protest new pension and tax-break cuts, which are expected to be voted on at around midnight Thursday.
The protests on Thursday started peacefully, as some 4,000 supporters of a Communist-affiliated trade union marched through the city’s center, while some 2,000 people gathered in front of the parliament building.
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