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Protesters shout slogans and lift their hands in front of the parliament, during a rally against austerity economic measures and corruption in Athens' Constitution (Syntagma) square June 12, 2011. The protest, on its nineteenth day, was organized through a Facebook group called "The Indignant". The banner reads " The junta did not end in' 73 we will bury them on this square." (PASCAL ROSSIGNOL)
Protesters shout slogans and lift their hands in front of the parliament, during a rally against austerity economic measures and corruption in Athens' Constitution (Syntagma) square June 12, 2011. The protest, on its nineteenth day, was organized through a Facebook group called "The Indignant". The banner reads " The junta did not end in' 73 we will bury them on this square." (PASCAL ROSSIGNOL)

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