Greece's Left-wing opposition leader Alexis Tsipras addresses his party's supporters during a rally outside Parliament demanding elections, in Athens on Monday June 17, 2013. Exactly one year ago, ... more 
Greece's Left-wing opposition leader Alexis Tsipras addresses his party's supporters during a rally outside Parliament demanding elections, in Athens on Monday June 17, 2013. Exactly one year ago, Greece’s conservative prime minister won the mandate to form a coalition government with a daunting brief: Restart punishing reforms, keep the debt-stifled country in the eurozone and end months of political chaos. The latter has proved harder, and Antonis Samaras is now making a last-ditch bid to quell a revolt by key allies over his decision to close the country’s state TV and radio broadcaster, axing nearly 2,700 jobs to meet austerity targets. (AP Photo/Dimitri Messinis) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Dimitri Messinis
Mon, Jun 17, 2013 3:42 PM EDT