Ferry workers strike in Greece

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Global investors gave Greece breathing room after the nation paid lower interest rates in its latest debt auction.

However, there is anger over harsh austerity measures hammering many workers.

Ferry crews began a two-day strike at the start of holy week, a key holiday period when thousands travel to the islands to celebrate orthodox Easter.

Tourism provides one in five Greek jobs.

Mark Lowen reports.

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