Strike over privatization fears shuts Greece’s Acropolis

Tourists stand outside a closed entrance of the Acropolis' archaeological site in Athens, Greece, October 11, 2018. REUTERS/Michalis Karagiannis

ATHENS (Reuters) – A strike by Greek culture ministry workers on Thursday shut the ancient Acropolis, which is the country’s most popular attraction, and left a long line of tourists outside. Workers called the 24-hour strike because they fear that some of country’s landmarks will be included in a fund of assets to be privatized, […]

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