Greek anti-austerity protesters hold finance ministry sit-in

Greek left-wing demonstrators are staging a sit-in at the finance ministry building in central Athens, in a protest against the radical, left-led government, which they accuse of planning new austerity measures.
The Communist Party-affiliated protesters draped a large banner over the facade of the building, which is opposite Parliament, reading andquotWe have bled enough, we have paid enough.andquot
Thursdayand’s protest came as Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is engaged in a diplomatic offensive in Brussels to try to persuade European creditors to pay out the bailout loans the country needs to avoid default.