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Visitors walk at the area of the 2nd century B.C, rebuilt ancient Stoa of Attalos, under the Acropolis hill in Athens, Friday, June 22, 2012. In Greek mythology, King Sisyphus pushed a boulder up a hill, over and over, forever, in a futile exercise that a few commentators have compared to international efforts to revive Greece's dire finances. Homer's Odyssey, whose protagonist endures years of peril on his way home after the Trojan War, is seen as another metaphor for the ordeal of a nation in its fifth year of recession. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias)

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