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Athens Ready for Games, But Crowds May Not Be

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Athens Ready for Games, But Crowds May Not Be

Athens Ready for Games, But Crowds May Not Be

Athens Ready for Games, But Crowds May Not Be

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The Summer Olympics in Greece begin in just over two weeks, and despite dire predictions to the contrary, it appears all the sports facilities will be ready. But officials worry the bad publicity and security fears will keep tourists away and ticket sales down. Hear NPR's Sylvia Poggioli.

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