Tear gas and rioters in Athens
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Athens violence 'a game of cat and mouse'

The 28bn-euro (£25bn; $40bn) package is expected to be approved by parliament by a narrow margin - without it Greece could run out of money within weeks.

But there are violent clashes outside parliament, where protesters earlier tried to prevent MPs from entering.

Riot police have fired tear gas to push back the demonstrators who have thrown missiles and lit fires, as Jon Sopel explains.

  • 29 Jun 2011
  • From the section Europe
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