Apr. 6 - Dockworkers in Greece clash with police during protest over losing their savings. Rough Cut - no reporter narration.
Hundreds of dockworkers clash with police outside's Greece's Central Bank in a protest about lost savings. They say they have lost money from their Compensation Reserve Fund after a private sector debt swap to prevent the country from defaulting. Clashes turned violent when protesters threw plastic water bottles at the bank and hit the police with wooden sticks. Police responded with teargas. At least two protesters were injured and and taken to hospital