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Welcome To Lesbos: After a fire razed Europe's largest refugee camp, the Greek island of Lesbos is once again in turmoil. This report uncovers the complicated relationship between locals and asylum seekers at the heart of the refugee crisis.
The Greek wildfires of 2018 were a final injustice inflicted on a people already crippled by a decade of severe austerity. SBS heads to the disaster stricken area to pay witness to the suffering.
As Eurozone leaders reach an agreement on the Greek debt crisis, this report goes on the ground in Athens to trace how a country can run out of cash, and what bankruptcy means for its people.
In June, Greek public broadcaster ERT was unceremoniously shut down by its troubled government. Three TV channels, over 20 radio stations, a choir and two orchestras were lost, along with 2600 jobs.
Greece must cut 4,000 jobs to earn its next bailout payment. But with each cut the government's control in the country is weakening, as the desperate populace turn to vigilante governance, Golden Dawn style.
While political parties bitterly debate Greece's future in the eurozone, locals are finding their own solutions - one that doesn't rely on the Euro at all. Could the people of Volos have found the answer?
For thousands of refugees, reaching Greece means a chance of a better life. But in a country in crisis, without enough jobs for its own citizens, new arrivals are facing another violent battle for survival.
Following a 109 billion bailout agreement thousands of Greeks have protested against austerity measures and even greater debt.This report goes to the grassroots and asks how ordinary Greeks view the crisis.