Euro Crisis: Beleaguered Greeks at tipping point

Nikos Zarkadoulas isn't the picketing or protesting type. But this week, he took to the front line of Greek protests, pushing a pink pram.

29th September, 2012
A protester holding a Greek flag outside the parliament in Athens last week. Photo: Getty

Nikos Zarkadoulas isn't the picketing or protesting type. But this week, he took to the front line of Greek protests, pushing a pink pram, demanding the government back down from added austerity and "show some humanity". The barrister and father of four is restless about government plans not only to cut wages and salaries further, but wipe out welfare benefits vital for struggling Greeks.

It'll be the third time the government moves to do so...

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