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Greek police fire tear gas as thousands protest during Macedonia deal debate

Sydney Morning Herald Friday, 25 January 2019
Several thousand people massed outside the Greek legislature, some of them chanting "traitors" as politicians debated ratification of an agreement reached with the neighbouring ex-Yugoslav state last year.
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