Violent protests have broken out in Athens on a day when MPs voted in favour of introducing a package of austerity measures.
According to reports, protesters threw stones and petrol bombs, while at least ten buildings were set on fire in unrest on Sunday.
MPs had been locked in talks for hours before agreeing to introduce the measures, which are being demanded by the eurozone and IMF in return for a €130bn (£110bn) bailout to avoid default.
The vote was carried by 199 votes in favour to 74 against.
Without the bailout, Greece will be insolvent and have to default on its debt next month when it needs to redeem €14.5bn of loans.
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