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English: Greece Uprising. Image of the Syntagma square garden. 100.000 people gathered at the centre of Athens on Sunday, 29/5/2011. It was the first day of the people's protest against IMF in european cities.
Русский: Массовый протест (100 тыс. человек) против жёстких мер экономии перед парламентом Греции в Афинах, 29 мая 2011 г.
Date 29 May 2011
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Author Kotsolis at English Wikipedia


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