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02/08/2013

PHOTO: Anti-corruption protest in Slovenia

Slovenia

A sign with a caricature of Slovenia's Prime Minister Janez Jansa is seen during an anti-austerity and anti-corruption protest in Ljubljana Feb. 8. Some 20,000 Slovenians took to the streets on Friday, adding pressure on a crumbling conservative government that is struggling to stay in power and avoid a bailout. Jansa is clinging to power despite the departure of two junior coalition partners which deprived him of a majority and which may force early elections in the troubled eurozone member. (Srdjan Zivulovic/Reuters)

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