Young Greeks protest in a country that is not for them | Greece

Anger seems to be rising, not falling: protests after the train crash in Greece that left 57 people dead continue, with the second general strike and demonstrations across the country. It is difficult to overstate the importance of the February 28th rail disaster near Larissa, which is being seen as the epitome of everything that is wrong with Greece, from austerity cuts to state malfunctions in general, and even of another phenomenon: the “marginalization” of young people.

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