Even before the Greek parliament voted to approve a new bailout deal that includes tough — and controversial — austerity measures, protesters took the streets in Athens.
The demonstrators carried signs and chanted slogans opposing the bailout deal. As the debate heated up in Parliament and the sun set on Greece's capital, the protests turned violent.
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