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Obama nella disastrata Grecia, Atene

Riot police officers confront angry protestors demonstrating against U.S. President Bill Clinton's one-day visit to Athens on Friday November 19, 1999

Obama opened his final foreign trip as president with reassuring words about the US commitment to NATO and also held talks with prime minister Alexis Tsipras.

Del resto ad Atene e in tutta la Grecia la situazione è deteriorata al punto che gli effetti sulla salute pubblica già si vedono: secondo i dati pubblicati in primavera dalla Banca di Grecia ( pagina 91 del documento, ndr), nel Paese la mortalità infantile è cresciuta dal 2,65% del 2008 al 3,75% del 2014, mentre la percentuale di chi soffre di depressione è schizzata dal 3,3% del 2008 al 12,3% del 2013. Parimenti cresce anche il numero dei nati sottopeso e degli adulti che soffrono di una patologia cronica.

Riot police blocked the marchers from the part of the city where Obama will be, parking buses across roads and manning cordons

Fire from a molotov cocktail burns near Greek riot police during clashes around the Polytechnic school

Riot police forms a cordon as thousands of Greek protesters, chanting anti-American slogans march through central Athens in front of the U.S. embassy November 17, 1999, during a rally commemorating the 1973 Polytechnic student uprising against Greece's military junta

Demonstrators burn the US flag at a roadblock after they clashed with police, Friday 19 November 1999

About 3,000 anarchists and students marched through the city center in a demonstration originally planned to reach the U.S. Embassy in another part of town

An Athenian holds an anti Clinton placard as thousands of Greeks flooded Athens' constitution square to put U.S. President Bill Clinton on mock trial for his policies in the Balkans just days before he was due to visit the Greek capital November 8, 1999




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