Greek Protesters Clash With Police at Anti-Austerity March

Greek anti-establishment protesters threw stones and dozens of gasoline bombs at police in front of parliament on Wednesday before a key vote on a bailout deal, in some of the most serious violence in more than two years.
Police responded with tear gas, sending hundreds of people fleeing in central Syntagma Square.
Garbage cans and a vehicle belonging to a television crew were also set on fire. The clashes were brief and calm largely returned to the square, with a few hundred protesters staying on under heavy police surveillance.