Kathimerini Publishing SA Newspaper Print Works As Anarchist Group Targets Journalists Reporting Euro Crisis : News Photo

Kathimerini Publishing SA Newspaper Print Works As Anarchist Group Targets Journalists Reporting Euro Crisis

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A story about George Papaconstantinou, Greece's former finance minister, is seen on a page of Kathimerini newspaper's English language edition at the Kathimerini printing plant in Paiania, Greece, on Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013. An anarchist group claimed responsibility for a series of attacks early on Jan. 11 when unidentified perpetrators threw makeshift bombs made from propane gas canisters into the homes of five Greek journalists working for national media saying it was to protest coverage of the country's financial crisis seen as sympathetic to the government. Photographer: Kostas Tsironis/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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A story about George Papaconstantinou, Greece's former finance minister, is seen on a page of Kathimerini newspaper's English language edition at the Kathimerini printing plant in Paiania, Greece, on Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013. An anarchist group claimed responsibility for a series of attacks early on Jan. 11 when unidentified perpetrators threw makeshift bombs made from propane gas canisters into the homes of five Greek journalists working for national media saying it was to protest coverage of the country's financial crisis seen as sympathetic to the government. Photographer: Kostas Tsironis/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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January 17, 2013
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