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Greek seamen, farmers protest against government cuts

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YORGOS KARAHALIS

A woman walks immobilised ships which ceased operations during a strike, at a promenade of Piraeus port near Athens February 3, 2013. Greek seamen extended a strike to protest government austerity for a further 48 hours on Sunday, meaning that dozens of islands will have been cut off from the mainland for six days. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis

A woman walks immobilised ships which ceased operations during a strike, at a promenade of Piraeus port near Athens February 3, 2013. Greek seamen extended a strike to protest government austerity for a further 48 hours on Sunday, meaning that dozens of islands will have been cut off from the mainland for six days. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis
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A man with a child walk near docked ships at a promenade of Piraeus port near Athens February 3, 2013. Greek seamen extended a strike to protest government austerity for a further 48 hours on Sunday, meaning that dozens of islands will have been cut off from the mainland for six days. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis

A man with a child walk near docked ships at a promenade of Piraeus port near Athens February 3, 2013. Greek seamen extended a strike to protest government austerity for a further 48 hours on Sunday, meaning that dozens of islands will have been cut off from the mainland for six days. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis
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Docked ships are seen at the port of Piraeus near Athens February 3, 2013. Greek seamen extended a strike to protest government austerity for a further 48 hours on Sunday, meaning that dozens of islands will have been cut off from the mainland for six days. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis

Docked ships are seen at the port of Piraeus near Athens February 3, 2013. Greek seamen extended a strike to protest government austerity for a further 48 hours on Sunday, meaning that dozens of islands will have been cut off from the mainland for six days. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis
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Docked ships which ceased operations during a strike, are seen at the port of Piraeus near Athens February 3, 2013. Greek seamen extended a strike to protest government austerity for a further 48 hours on Sunday, meaning that dozens of islands will have been cut off from the mainland for six days. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis

Docked ships which ceased operations during a strike, are seen at the port of Piraeus near Athens February 3, 2013. Greek seamen extended a strike to protest government austerity for a further 48 hours on Sunday, meaning that dozens of islands will have been cut off from the mainland for six days. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis
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