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  •  - A man walks in front of a closed bank branch in central in Athens

    A man walks in front of a closed bank branch in central in Athens

    Posted: 2/11/2012 8:24:16 AM EST
    A man walks in front of a closed bank branch in central Athens February 11 2012. The Greek government told rebellious lawmakers on Saturday to back a deeply unpopular EU/IMF rescue in parliament or send the nation down "an unknown, dangerous path" to default and international economic isolation. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - Riot policemen walk in front of the parliament during an anti-austerity rally in Athens

    Riot policemen walk in front of the parliament during an anti-austerity rally in Athens

    Posted: 2/11/2012 8:18:21 AM EST
    Riot policemen walk in front of the parliament during an anti-austerity rally in Athens February 11, 2012. The Greek government told rebellious lawmakers on Saturday to back a deeply unpopular EU/IMF rescue in parliament or send the nation down "an unknown, dangerous path" to default and international economic isolation. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - A protester sits in front of a police formation during an anti-austerity rally outside the paraliament in Athens

    A protester sits in front of a police formation during an anti-austerity rally outside the paraliament in Athens

    Posted: 2/11/2012 8:08:42 AM EST
    A protester sits in front of a police formation during an anti-austerity rally outside the paraliament in Athens February 11, 2012. The Greek government told rebellious lawmakers on Saturday to back a deeply unpopular EU/IMF rescue in parliament or send the nation down "an unknown, dangerous path" to default and international economic isolation. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - Two anti-austerity banners, placed by activists of the Greek Communist party, are displayed on a hill at the Acropolis in Athens

    Two anti-austerity banners, placed by activists of the Greek Communist party, are displayed on a hill at the Acropolis in Athens

    Posted: 2/11/2012 4:37:34 AM EST
    Two anti-austerity banners, placed by activists of the Greek Communist party, are displayed on a hill at the Acropolis in Athens February 11, 2012. Greek lawmakers will vote this weekend on a controversial austerity bill that Athens needs to avoid a messy default but which is fuelling a domestic political and social crisis that has brought thousands of Greeks out on the streets in protest. REUTERS/Eurokinissi/Antonis Nikolopoulos (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST) GREECE OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN GREECE
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    Posted: 2/6/2012 8:35:45 AM EST
    The leaders of the three parties backing Greece's coalition government, George Papandreou, right, Giorgos Karatzaferis, left, and Antonis Samaras, 2nd left, meet with Prime Minister Lucas Papademos, 2nd from left, in Athens on Sunday, Feb. 5, 2012. They are meeting to consider demands by Greece's creditors for tougher austerity measures, private sector pay cuts and firings of civil servants. At stake is a new euro130 billion ($171 billion) bailout deal without which Greece will default before the end of March. (AP Photo/Kostas Tsironis)
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    Posted: 2/6/2012 8:35:45 AM EST
    Prime Minister Lucas Papademos, arrives for his meeting with the leaders of the three parties backing Greece's coalition government, in Athens on Sunday, Feb. 5, 2012. They are meeting to consider demands by Greece's creditors for tougher austerity measures, private sector pay cuts and firings of civil servants. At stake is a new euro130 billion ($171 billion) bailout deal without which Greece will default before the end of March. (AP Photo.Kostas Tsironis)
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    Posted: 2/6/2012 8:35:45 AM EST
    IMF chief debt inspector Poul Thomsen, bottom left, European Commission official Matthias Mors, right and Klaus Masuch of the European Central Bank, top center, representatives of the so-called troika of Greece's creditors _ the European Union, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund _ leaves the prime minister's official residence after meeting with Greece's Prime Minister Lucas Papademos in Athens, Greece on Sunday, Feb. 5, 2012. The troika demanded tougher austerity measures, private sector pay cuts and firings of civil servants. At stake is a new euro130 billion ($171 billion) bailout deal without which Greece will default before the end of March. (AP Photo.Kostas Tsironis)
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    Posted: 2/6/2012 8:35:45 AM EST
    IMF chief debt inspector Poul Thomsen member of the so-called troika of Greece's creditors _ the European Union, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund _ leaves the prime minister's official residence after meeting with Greece's Prime Minister Lucas Papademos in Athens, Greece on Sunday, Feb. 5, 2012. The troika demanded tougher austerity measures, private sector pay cuts and firings of civil servants. At stake is a new euro130 billion ($171 billion) bailout deal without which Greece will default before the end of March. (AP Photo.Kostas Tsironis)
  •  - A guard of honor presents arms in Athens

    A guard of honor presents arms in Athens

    Posted: 2/6/2012 5:52:28 AM EST
    Presidential guards present arms in front of the parliament in Athens' Syntagma (Constitution) square February 6, 2012. Greece's coalition parties must tell the European Union on Monday whether they accept the painful terms of a new bailout deal to avoid a messy default that could threaten the country's future in the euro zone. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
  •  - A man reads a newspaper in Athens

    A man reads a newspaper in Athens

    Posted: 2/6/2012 5:50:37 AM EST
    A man reads a newspaper by the parliament (L) in Syntagma (Constitution) square as a storm looms over Athens February 6, 2012. Greece's coalition parties must tell the European Union on Monday whether they accept the painful terms of a new bailout deal to avoid a messy default that could threaten the country's future in the euro zone. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
  •  - A Greek and an EU flag fly over the Greek ministry of foreign affairs in Athens

    A Greek and an EU flag fly over the Greek ministry of foreign affairs in Athens

    Posted: 2/6/2012 5:45:50 AM EST
    A Greek and an EU flag fly atop the Greek ministry of foreign affairs as a storm looms over Athens February 6, 2012. Greece's coalition parties must tell the European Union on Monday whether they accept the painful terms of a new bailout deal to avoid a messy default that could threaten the country's future in the euro zone. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
  •  - A Greek and an EU flag fly over the Greek ministry of finance in Athens

    A Greek and an EU flag fly over the Greek ministry of finance in Athens

    Posted: 2/6/2012 5:43:42 AM EST
    A Greek and an EU flag fly atop the Greek ministry of finance as a storm looms over Athens February 6, 2012. Greece's coalition parties must tell the European Union on Monday whether they accept the painful terms of a new bailout deal to avoid a messy default that could threaten the country's future in the euro zone. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
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    Posted: 2/6/2012 3:10:46 AM EST
    The leaders of the three parties backing Greece's coalition government, George Papandreou, right, Giorgos Karatzaferis, left, and Antonis Samaras, 2nd left, meet with Prime Minister Lucas Papademos, 2nd from left, in Athens on Sunday, Feb. 5, 2012. They are meeting to consider demands by Greece's creditors for tougher austerity measures, private sector pay cuts and firings of civil servants. At stake is a new euro130 billion ($171 billion) bailout deal without which Greece will default before the end of March. (AP Photo/Kostas Tsironis)
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    Posted: 2/6/2012 3:10:46 AM EST
    IMF chief debt inspector Poul Thomsen, member of the so-called troika of Greece's creditors, the European Union, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund, leaves the prime minister's official residence after meeting with Greece's Prime Minister Lucas Papademos in Athens, Greece on Sunday, Feb. 5, 2012. The troika demanded tougher austerity measures, private sector pay cuts and firings of civil servants. At stake is a new euro130 billion ($171 billion) bailout deal without which Greece will default before the end of March. (AP Photo/Kostas Tsironis)
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    Posted: 2/3/2012 7:10:45 PM EST
    European Commission official Matthias Mors, right, and Klaus Masuch of the European Central Bank arrive a government office building before meeting Greek Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos in Athens on Thursday, Feb. 2, 2012. Greek and IMF officials say the crisis-hit Eurozone country is close to clinching landmark debt deals with private and rescue creditors, needed to avoid default next month. (AP Photo / Petros Giannakouris)
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    Posted: 2/3/2012 5:50:46 AM EST
    IMF chief debt inspector Poul Thomsen enters a government office building before meeting Greek Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos in Athens on Thursday, Feb. 2, 2012. Greek and IMF officials say the crisis-hit eurozone country is close to clinching landmark debt deals with private and rescue creditors, needed to avoid default next month. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)
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    Posted: 2/3/2012 5:50:46 AM EST
    IMF representative Bob Traa arrives a government office building before meeting Greek Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos in Athens on Thursday, Feb. 2, 2012. Greek and IMF officials say the crisis-hit eurozone country is close to clinching landmark debt deals with private and rescue creditors, needed to avoid default next month. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)
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    Posted: 1/27/2012 1:55:46 PM EST
    Charles Dallara, managing director of the Institute of International Finance, a banking lobby, arrives at Maximou mansion to meet Greek Premier Lucas Papademos in Athens, Thursday, Jan. 26, 2012. Greece will try to revive a debt relief deal needed to avoid a potentially disastrous default when it resumes talks on Thursday with its private creditors in Athens. (AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis)
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    Posted: 1/27/2012 1:55:46 PM EST
    Charles Dallara, managing director of the Institute of International Finance, a banking lobby, foreground, and Jean Lemierre, senior adviser to the chairman of French bank BNP Paribas arrive at Maximou mansion to meet Greek Premier Lucas Papademos in Athens, Thursday, Jan. 26, 2012. Greece will try to revive a debt relief deal needed to avoid a potentially disastrous default when it resumes talks on Thursday with its private creditors in Athens. (AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis)
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    Posted: 1/26/2012 2:50:46 PM EST
    A boy jumps a puddle of water after rain in Athens, Thursday, Jan. 26, 2012. Greece will try to revive a debt relief deal needed to avoid a potentially disastrous default when it resumes talks on Thursday with its private creditors in Athens. (AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis)