Greek woman kicks gypsy child
A shocking image of a Greek woman kicking a gypsy child playing the accordion has gone viral on the internet
A shocking image of a Greek woman kicking a gypsy child playing the accordion has gone viral around the internet. The image - shot by Associated Press photographer Dimitris Messina - has captured a young Roma girl playing the accordion in the pedestrian zone in front of the Acropolis, at the same time receiving a kick from a shop owner in the area.
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