BBC News reporter Mark Lowen reflects on what Greeks have been through the past year, and praises their resilience and determination.
“But even as the rallies continue and the exhaustion of four years of financial crisis deepens, Greece goes on.
This is something that many outside fail to grasp: that even at the height of the meltdown, when petrol bombs and tear gas enveloped the main square, when parliament argued into the early hours over more cuts, when there were crisis talks in Brussels about how a country might transition out of the Euro - this one would pick itself up, dust itself off and go on living.”
- BBC NEWS Reporter Mark Lowen
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