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A woman wrapped in a greek flag makes her way in front of the Greek parliament  in Athens on February 5, 2015 as people gather in support of the new anti-austerity government's efforts to renegotiate Greece's international loans. About 5,000 people gathered in Syntagma Square, police said, in front of the Greek parliament, the site of violent protests at the height of the Greek crisis in 2012. Many praised the government for "defending the interests" of the Greek people. AFP PHOTO/ Louisa Gouliamaki        (Photo credit should read LOUISA GOULIAMAKI/AFP/Getty Images)
A woman wrapped in a greek flag makes her way in front of the Greek parliament  in Athens on February 5, 2015 as people gather in support of the new anti-austerity government's efforts to renegotiate Greece's international loans. About 5,000 people gathered in Syntagma Square, police said, in front of the Greek parliament, the site of violent protests at the height of the Greek crisis in 2012. Many praised the government for "defending the interests" of the Greek people. AFP PHOTO/ Louisa Gouliamaki        (Photo credit should read LOUISA GOULIAMAKI/AFP/Getty Images)

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Political journalist Andrew Neil talks to German MEP Elmar Brok and Costas Lapavitsas from the Popular Unity Party in Greece about the anti-austerity movement.