Unrest continues in troubled Greece ahead of EU-IMF meeting

Planned seven days of industrial protests will paralyse buses, trams and trains in debt-hit country
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Protesters hold a giant Greek flag during a demonstration in front of the Greek parliament against new austerity measures, as police stand guard, on September 25, 2011. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Greek police special guards union members stand behind a huge banner at the top of Lycabettus hill, overlooking Athens, on September 26, 2011 (AFP/Getty Images)
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The banner, bearing the Greek police logo and calling for a demonstration on Sept 27, reads 'The Greek police mourns - day of payment - day of mourning' (AFP/Getty Images)
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A demonstrator wears a mask while protesting in front of the Greek parliament against new austerity measures, as police (unseen) stand guard nearby, on September 25, 2011 (AFP/Getty Images)
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Demonstrators hold a huge banner that reads 'I won’t pay the head-tax' in front of the Greek parliament protected by strong police forces (AFP/Getty Images)
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A person walks on an overpass at an empty urban railway station in Athens on September 26, 2011 following a 24-hour transport strike. Greece may announce a number of privatisation deals this week, a senior official said today as the debt-hit country came under increasing pressure from its creditors to meet tight fiscal deadlines (AFP/Getty Images)
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Tourists walk by the closed entrance to the Athens metro while its employees strike for the second day against the new austerity measures on September 23, 2011. Moody's credit rating agency downgraded the ratings of the main Greek banks by two notches today, citing increased risks of losses on their holdings of Greek debt and warned of an increased prospect that the Greek economy will worsen (AFP/Getty Images)
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Greece and the euro are facing a tough week as European Union and IMF experts resume an audit of progress on cutting the public deficit and reforming the economy, with default threatening (AFP/Getty Images)
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Tourists visit the ruins of Hadrian's library in Athens on September 23, 2011 (AFP/Getty Images)