Flower store owner in Athens will fight with his heart
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Marketplace host Kai Ryssdal is reporting live from Athens. He talks to flower shop owner Spiros Koloniadis about Monday’s eurozone deal for a Greek bailout.
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Athens resident Spiros Koloniadis owns a flower shop that is right below Parliament, built into the walls on the building's grounds. He was disheartened by today's bailout deal. "I don't think we have a sovereign nation anymore. I think the historians of the future will have to write many pages about what actually happened in Greece."
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