Greek journalists strike to protest austerity plan

Greek journalists strike to protest austerity plan

Athens : Greece | Oct 31, 2012 at 12:48 AM PDT
Source: The Boston Globe
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Greece (AP) Greek journalists have walked off the job at the start of rolling 24-hour strikes to protest austerity plans that will affect their healthcare funds, while lawmakers are set to vote on a privatization bill that will be the first major test for the country's troubled governing coalition.... FULL ARTICLE AT The Boston Globe
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