Many young Greeks have grown up with the economic crisis, complete with silent factories and stores closed down. Over half of 15-24 year-olds are unemployed. But some young people are determined to succeed.
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The Greek government has passed a controversial law aimed at stationing police on university campuses. Academics fear the move will stifle freedom of expression while supporters say it's necessary.
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