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Topic - Anastasios Kourakis
Greek lawmakers passed a deeply resented new austerity bill Thursday, caving in to the demands of international creditors in order to avoid a national bankruptcy, as a second day of riots left one protester dead and more than 100 people wounded.
Parliament Deputy Speaker Anastasios Kourakis announced the death during a debate on the new bill ahead of the final vote later in the evening.