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‘The number of homeless people has risen to unprecedented levels for a European country: unofficial estimates put them at 40,000.’ Photograph: Oli Scarff/Getty Images

The EU’s own poverty standards show that Greece is in crisis. But member states won’t admit their ‘bailout’ was to blame
European societies typically assume that humanitarian crises only take place in the aftermath of natural disasters, epidemics, wars or civil conflicts.That such a crisis could happen in a European country, especially one that is a member of the European Union, seems out of the question to many of us.

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