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Greek Austerity

Daryl Cagle / msnbc.com (click to start slideshow)

Greek austerity measures went into high-gear today, as the government announced it will cut 15,000 state jobs in order to secure new debt agreements and receive funds from international lenders. It's a tough pill to swallow, as public-sector jobs are protected by Greece's Constitution, and have long been a taboo subject for leaders there to approach. 

Check out what cartoonists think about Greece's ongoing debt struggle with our new Greek Austerity cartoon slideshow.