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Municipal workers scuffle with riot police in Athens, Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010. Mounds of rubbish have piled up on the streets of the Greek capital, as the strike by municipal employees against wage cuts and planned layoffs of contract workers entered its fifth day Tuesday. Greece will receive the next part of its euro110 billion ($150 billion) bailout package, but still faces challenges in its reforms and must make an extra effort to meet next year's deficit targets, the IMF, ECB and EU executive said Tuesday. (AP Photo/Alkis Konstantinidis)
Photo by: Alkis Konstantinidis
Municipal workers scuffle with riot police in Athens, Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010. Mounds of rubbish have piled up on the streets of the Greek capital, as the strike by municipal employees against wage cuts and planned layoffs of contract workers entered its fifth day Tuesday. Greece will receive the next part of its euro110 billion ($150 billion) bailout package, but still faces challenges in its reforms and must make an extra effort to meet next year's deficit targets, the IMF, ECB and EU executive said Tuesday. (AP Photo/Alkis Konstantinidis)

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