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Turkey's Greek community struggles for survival

Turkey's Greek population, once thriving in numbers, has fallen to such a low level that one Greek school in the city has only one pupil left.

A combination of war, riots and discrimination by the Turkish state have forced large numbers of the Greek community to leave Turkey.

The government now says it wants to build a better relationship with Turkey's minority groups.

Jonathan Head reports from Istanbul.

  • 07 Jan 2011
  • From the section Europe