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The financial governing authorities classed as the “troika” are obsessed with budget targets rather than human needs, and needs are what protests underway in Greece on Tuesday are all about, writes Helena Smith, Greek correspondent for The Guardian.
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Greek victims of austerity are increasingly being forced to sell their bodies for cheap in horrific squalor and to escape painful reality with a new street drug.
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