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Joseph Stiglitz is a Davos veteran. The renowned economist and winner of the 2001 Nobel Memorial Prize has attended dozens of World Economic Forum sessions in a number of capacities (including vice president of the World Bank and chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers under the Clinton administration).
A powerful explosion damaged a court complex in central Athens early Friday, hours after Parliament voted to crackdown on anti-bailout protesters who gather regularly at the building.
Police said the blast occurred before dawn, following warning telephone calls to the offices of a daily newspaper and news website.
Several hundred elderly Greeks shouting "shame" marched through Athens on Tuesday protesting against deep cutbacks to pension payments ordered by the indebted country's creditors.
In weak autumn sun and a city teeming with tourists, pensioners took to the streets angered by more than a dozen rounds of cuts since Greece toppled deep into crisis in 2010.