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A man lies injured in the street after being assaulted by violent demonstrators during a protest in  central Athens, Thursday, July 8, 2010. Authorities identified the man as a public servant who was apparently wrongly identified as a plain clothed policeman. More than 12,000 people took part in two separate protest marches, according to police estimates. Greece's governing Socialists are battling growing discontent as a new round of economic austerity faces party dissent, growing public hostility and fresh strike. (AP Photo/Evi Zoupanou)
Photo by: Evi Zoupanou
A man lies injured in the street after being assaulted by violent demonstrators during a protest in central Athens, Thursday, July 8, 2010. Authorities identified the man as a public servant who was apparently wrongly identified as a plain clothed policeman. More than 12,000 people took part in two separate protest marches, according to police estimates. Greece's governing Socialists are battling growing discontent as a new round of economic austerity faces party dissent, growing public hostility and fresh strike. (AP Photo/Evi Zoupanou)

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