Syrian expat in Greece sets up a farm for refugees

A Syrian expatriate in Greece has launched an initiative to help refugees from his war-torn country.

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    A Syrian expatriate in Greece has launched an initiative to help refugees from his war-torn country.

    He started a farm so they can grow their own food. Officials are contemplating expanding on the idea.

    Al Jazeera's John Psaropoulos reports from central Greece.


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