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PHOTO GALLERY: Protesters clash with police in Athens over 'unbearable' EU and IMF measures


A molotov cocktail explodes beside riot police officers near Syntagma square (Reuters)
A molotov cocktail explodes beside riot police officers near Syntagma square (Reuters)
Teargas canisters explode beside riot police officers near Syntagma square (Reuters)
A demonstrator throws a liquid to riot police officers near Syntagma square (Reuters)
A fire bomb explodes among riot police (AP)
A riot policeman is on fire from a petrol bomb thrown by protesters (AP)
A demonstrator kicks a teargas cannister to riot police officers near Syntagma square (Reuters)
Riot police officers try to arrest a masked demonstrator (AP)
Riot police officers take cover (Reuters)
A hooded youth throws a petrol bomb at riot policemen in Athens' Syntagma square (Reuters)
A masked protester runs through a cloud of tear gas in Athens' Syntagma square (Reuters)
A hooded youth throws a petrol bomb at riot policemen in front of a Eurobank branch (Reuters)
A protester runs away from riot police in Athens' Syntagma square (Reuters)
Hooded youths move towards riot police in Athens' Syntagma square (Reuters)
A protester sits atop a police fence outside the parliament in Athens' Syntagma square (Reuters)
Riot policemen prepare teargas grenades (Reuters)
Riot policemen take cover behind their shields as they prepare teargas grenades (Reuters)
A firefighter extinguishes a fire at an advertisement kiosk (Reuters)
A woman covers her face to protect from teargas as she walks by a damaged Citibank branch (Reuters)
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