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Greek debt talks: Empty shops and divided societies

Another day dawns and another round of negotiations between Greece and its creditors is under way but the issues are still very much the same.

The Greek prime minister is hoping to secure new loans to help the country meet its payment obligations while those who may grant him the money want to see economic reforms in return.

But many people in the country have already been hard hit by austerity measures and feel they have nothing left to give, as Chris Morris reports.

  • 10 Jun 2015
  • From the section Europe
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