WITH STORY GREECE VOICES BY NIKOS PAPHITIS : Yiannis Darmanis plays with a string of worry beads in front of a picture of a bullfight at his second-hand shop in the Psyrri district of c

 

              WITH STORY GREECE VOICES BY NIKOS PAPHITIS : Yiannis Darmanis plays with a string of worry beads in front of a picture of a bullfight at his second-hand shop in the Psyrri district of c
WITH STORY GREECE VOICES BY NIKOS PAPHITIS : Yiannis Darmanis plays with a string of worry beads in front of a picture of a bullfight at his second-hand shop in the Psyrri district of central Athens, on Thursday, Aug. 23, 2012. As Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras sets off around Europe to plead for more time to achieve the country’s tough reform targets, austerity-weary Greeks are bracing for new pain but mostly expect to stay in the 17-nation eurozone, come what may. Darmanis said planned new austerity measures are inevitable, but argues that eurozone minnow Greece is being treated by its partners as a sacrificial victim. “I am 70 and I have never lived through such a situation before,” he said of Greece’s debt crisis, adding that he doesn’t expect the country to leave the currency union.(AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)