Greek doctors protesting in Athens
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Greek doctors on strike over government austerity cuts

The militancy in Greece is growing in the face of deepening austerity measures.

Civil servants are staging a 24 hour strike. Some of them are having their wages cut by 30 percent, as the government tries to balance the budget and satisfy its international creditors.

Malcolm Brabant reports from Athens on how the anger felt across the economy is even affecting doctors.

  • 10 Feb 2011
  • From the section Europe
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