Greek PM Papandreou is addressing parliament after a tumultuous day #Greece
Going to be tweeting from #Greece for the next few days
#italy yields rise to 3-year high at short-term auction
Italy has confirmed an Italian aid worker has been kidnapped in Algeria
ROME (Reuters) – Hundreds of hooded, masked protesters rampaged through Rome in some of the worst violence in the Italian capital for years Saturday, torching cars and breaking windows during a larger peaceful protest against elites blamed for economic downturn.
Police repeatedly fired tear gas and water cannon in attempts to disperse them but the clashes with a minority of violent demonstrators stretched into the evening, hours after tens of thousands of people in Rome joined a global “day of rage” against bankers and politicians.