Greece’s wildfires are dying down but anger at the government’s response grows | 7.30

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Enormous bushfires swept across the Greek island of Evia earlier this month, torching forests and incinerating homes. As efforts turn to rebuilding, there is an anger over the government’s disorganised response to the disaster. Tom Joyner reports.

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