A cat sits on the train lines during a strike at the Athens central train station. All train services in Greece have been suspended after state railway employees launched a series of strikes against planned reforms. The debt-laden country's railways are euro 10 billion ($14 billion) in the red, and the government has announced plans to cut benefits and move excess personnel to other public sector jobs. The railway workers' union on Monday held a 24-hour strike, which will be repeated on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.
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