Yesterday in Athens, hooded youths firebombed the main courthouse and a strike by 100,000 workers shut down most transportation, hospitals, and banks. Rioting began on Saturday, when police shot a 15-year-old boy, and the Los Angeles Times reports that it has left Greece's fragile center-right government fighting for survival." Gangs have burned and vandalizes stores throughout the capital, and opposition parties have begun calling for early elections. Greeks are frustrated with the country's stagnant economy and political corruption. The cop who shot the 15-year-old, who was part of a gang that threw rocks at the cop car, is being charged with murder.