Greece’s Debt Relief Plans Come at High Price for Residents

Eight years ago, Greece’s financial crisis threatened the value of the euro and led to the world’s largest bailout in history. As the country approaches the end of the bailout program next month, unemployment rates remain high and foreclosures loom as residents who are heavily taxed help the government repay loans. NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Christopher Livesay reports.

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