Around 70,000 protesters took to the streets in Athens today, according to authorities, as two separate demonstrations were staged in the city while EU leaders discussed the plight of Greece in Brussels.
Four demonstrators and three policemen were injured in clashes, but none of the injuries are believed to be serious.
Police said seven people, out of more than 100 detained, had been arrested.
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