Anger, despair as Greece struggles under bailout terms

By Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, in Athens Outside the unemployment office in downtown Athens the mood among applicants is one of grim resignation. “I’m not optimistic I’ll be able to find something soon,” says Bujar Arapi, a 33-year-old construction worker who has laboured in the building trade since he was 15. “I don’t see any future at least for now. I’m really worried about the future of my kids as well. No matter what I do I don’t seem able …