Weary and Wary, Greek Voters Head to the Polls

September 20, 2015 1:32 PM

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Weary and Wary, Greek Voters Head to the Polls

ATHENS — Greek voters went to the polls on Sunday to elect a new government for the fifth time in six years, many of them exhausted by the country’s fractious politics and believing that any new leader would have little influence on the nation’s direction.

The jostling news crews, the abundant posters and the clusters of party representatives at the doors of the polling stations, so prevalent in the last elections in January, were largely missing this time. But in some areas, at least, there seemed to be no lack of interest as even the elderly, restin...

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