Greek tear gas for enforcing austerity

Riot police attacked protesters with tear gas and stun grenades outside the Greek parliament in the early hours today after Prime Minister George Papandreou narrowly survived a confidence vote: here.

This is a video about a trade union anti-austerity demonstration in Luxembourg.

The new Irish coalition government is preparing a swathe of austerity measures to meet the terms of the 2010 International Monetary Fund/European Union bailout of the banking system: here.

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