New Tracks Lead Into Greece's Future: Today's Pic

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Rail lines and empty platforms are seen during construction of the new Elliniko metro station in Athens, Greece, on May 2, 2012. With voters balking at the burden of two bailout packages since 2010, the next government will have to persuade international creditors to keep aid flowing. Close

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Rail lines and empty platforms are seen during construction of the new Elliniko metro station in Athens, Greece, on May 2, 2012. With voters balking at the burden of two bailout packages since 2010, the next government will have to persuade international creditors to keep aid flowing.

Rail lines and empty platforms are seen during construction of the new Elliniko metro station in Athens, Greece, on May 2. With voters balking at the burden of two bailout packages since 2010, the next government will have to persuade international creditors to keep aid flowing.

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