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A new tax introduced as part of austerity measures could force some out of their homes.
Nearly 28 percent of workforce sitting idle as country assumes six-month rotating presidency of EU.
Demonstrators try to break police cordon and storm venue in Athens where trading bloc's leaders are meeting.
About 3,500 oceangoing vessels generate business worth $18bn a year, representing six percent of Greek economy.
Parliament to decide whether to dig for gold potentially worth billions while posing risk to natural environment.
Riot police evacuate the headquarters of former public broadcaster ERT, which had been occupied by former employees.
Strike by administrators against government move to reduce payroll forces closure of eight academic institutions.
One person, owing allegiance to far-right Golden Dawn party, arrested in connection with anti-fascist activist's murder.
Two-day general strike called by unions as government tries to shrink civil service as part of austerity measures.
Poll closely watched in Greece where Chancellor Merkel's austerity policies are blamed for huge spending cuts.
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