www.reuters.com -- Greek police fired teargas at rioters shouting "burn parliament" in Athens on Tuesday but fewer ordinary Greeks turned out for rallies in a sign of weariness with anti-austerity protests. About 12,000 people joined marches in Athens during a 24-hour strike called by major unions against drastic pension reforms -- down from 50,000 in the biggest protest on May 5 and 25,000 in the latest similar demonstration on May 20.
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