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Greece prepares for new cabinet amid turmoil in the markets and on the streets of Athens
Reports indicate that the finance minister is likely to be replaced but who wants “the worst job in Europe”?
# Greece
Embattled Greek PM to form new government
George Papandreou made the shock announcement after a day of violent street protests against austerity plans
# The Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Wednesday
All the news of the day, plus some bits and pieces you may have missed…
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Tear gas fired at protesters in Greece as thousands march against austerity measures
Irish people living in Athens have told that violence is being caused by a small minority, and that life there has become very difficult.
# Greece
Greek opposition party rejects new austerity plan
Despite the European Union’s insistence for cross-party support, Greece’s main opposition party has flatly refused to back new austerity measures aimed at tackling the country’s debt.
# Greece
Anti-austerity protests turn violent in Athens
Thousands marched peacefully today, but at least five people have been injured and 24 arrested when police and protesters clashed in central Athens.
A Bluffer's Guide to... the Special Olympics
The countdown is on for our athletes preparing for the Special Olympics in Athens this summer. Here’s everything you need to know on Special Olympics Ireland’s collection day.
# Greece
Greece engulfed by riots amid national general strike
Violence flares as employees, shopkeepers and civil servants talk off the job to protest the government’s austerity programme.
# Greece
Greek public transport, flights face major disruption during protests
Greek unions plan major protests against austerity measures which come before the Greek parliament today.