Writers and Company | May 5, 2013 | 51:38

Greece: The Unfolding Drama - Part 5

We wrap up our series “Greece: The Unfolding Drama” with the Albanian-Greek writer Gazmend Kapllani. Before the economic crisis (and possibly racism) cost him his job, he was the only immigrant journalist writing columns in the big Greek dailies.

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