Athens metro workers defied Conservative Prime Minister Antonis Samaras today as they refused to return to work despite a court decision declaring their protest illegal.
Staff walked out eight days ago in a stand against pay cuts imposed by Samaras's government, which says it is using a civil mobilisation measure to end the action.
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