Greek police fire tear gas at anti-austerity protesters
ATHENS Feb 20 (Reuters) - Greek police fired tear gas to dispurse demonstrators in Athens on Wednesday as thousands of striking workers marched to parliament to protest austerity measures.
Reuters reporters saw riot police fire a few rounds of teargas during minor scuffles with hooded youths hurling rocks and bottles.
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