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A Greek man is reflected in a broken mirror as he checks newspapers in the center of Athens on May 6, 2010. A fire-bomb attack on a bank in Greece killed at least three people on May 5, as police fought pitched battles with striking protesters furious at brutal budget cuts designed to avert national bankruptcy. Greek unions mobilized Thursday for new demonstrations against draconian austerity cuts as the government raced to push the unprecedented measures through parliament a day after deadly rioting. By Dimitar Dilkoff/AFP/Getty Images.

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