The government last month reduced civil servants' bonus pay by 50 percent, adding to a previous 50 percent cut in 2016, making it difficult for many to feed their families.
Unemployment, corruption and austerity measures in the 2018 budget have fuelled widespread protests in the North African country,
Greek protesters in Athens clashed with police who fired tear gas during a strike against voting for further creditor-demanded measures which included family benefits, union strikes and property foreclosures.
The number of people arrested, including opposition leaders, in a wave of violent protests over austerity measures has climbed to nearly 800, officials say.
Demonstrator dies under unspecified circumstances as Tunisians protest against price hikes following austerity measures including increased value-added taxes and social security contributions.
About 10,000 striking workers, pensioners and students protested in front of the parliament at the centre of Athens.
Thousands poured into Brazil's capital city demanding that the country's president step down because of numerous corruption scandals associated with his administration.
The latest cuts are not popular, but Greek PM Alexis Tsipras hopes they will release much needed funds for the troubled country.
The new austerity deal includes the 13th cut in pensions since 2010 and a reduction in tax-free allowances on income that has left many of the country's seniors in despair.
The Greek government rejects claims that the creation of a new fund will pave the way for state-owned assets to be privatised amid worker protests.
Thousands demand resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron during anti-austerity protest in London
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