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Homelessness in the aftermath of Greece's economic meltdown

By Heidi Fuller-Love

As the economic crisis bites deep into Greece, countless Greeks in the capital who are unable to pay their debts, are being forced to sleep out on the streets. But one social enterprise is funding aid by offering tours to meet the city's homeless. Correspondent Heidi Fuller-Love has this report from the tour.

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