Fleeing a crisis, Greek migrants flock back to Australia

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  • Thursday, 02 Jul 2015

Spiro Caras stands out in front of his family-run shop located on Lonsdale Street in central Melbourne, Australia, July 1, 2015. REUTERS/Melanie Burton

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Greek translator Nikos Fotakis considers himself one of the lucky ones.

At 39, he found himself virtually penniless, in debt, and desperate for ways to support his wife and two young children.

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