Anger over Greece's crowdfunding plea to buy new warships

Some say the plan for the new navy fleet would be a waste of money for Greece, suffering from economic problems.

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    Greece is asking its taxpayers to contribute amounts greater than what they owe to the country to allow it to buy new warships. Athens may also have to look beyond its boundaries for more funds.

    Some say the Greek government's plan for a new navy fleet would be a serious waste of money for a country that suffers from many economic problems.

     

    Al Jazeera's John Psaropoulos reports from Athens.


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