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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GREECE-ROMA
RTS38MND
April 10, 2020
A woman hangs clothes to dry at the area of a Roma community where several cases of the coronavirus disease...
LARISSA, Greece
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Larissa
A woman hangs clothes to dry at the area of a Roma community where several cases of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) were detected, in Larissa, Greece, April 10, 2020. REUTERS/Thanos Floulis
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GREECE-ROMA
RTS38MNA
April 10, 2020
A police officer wearing a protective face mask walks next to members of a Roma community where several...
LARISSA, Greece
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Larissa
A police officer wearing a protective face mask walks next to members of a Roma community where several cases of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) were detected, in Larissa, Greece, April 10, 2020. REUTERS/Thanos Floulis
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GREECE-ROMA
RTS38MN9
April 10, 2020
Members of a Roma community gather on the street after several cases of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
LARISSA, Greece
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Larissa
Members of a Roma community gather on the street after several cases of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) were detected, in Larissa, Greece, April 10, 2020. REUTERS/Thanos Floulis
PEOPLE-HARVEY WEINSTEIN/ACTIVISTS
RTS33LEM
February 25, 2020
The Silence Breakers (L to R) Jessica Barth, Rossanna Arquette, Lauren O'Connor, Caitlin Dulany, Sarah...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
The Silence Breakers Barth, Arquette, O'Connor, Dulany, Masse, Godbold, Sivan, Geiss, Gomes, Sagemiller...
The Silence Breakers (L to R) Jessica Barth, Rossanna Arquette, Lauren O'Connor, Caitlin Dulany, Sarah Ann Masse, Louise Godbold, Lauran Sivan, Louisette Geiss, Larissa Gomes, Melissa Sagemiller Nesic and Katherine Kendall pose for a group picture following a news conference on the Harvey Weinstein verdict outside Los Angeles City Hall in Los Angeles, California, U.S. February 25, 2020. REUTERS/Mike Blake
PEOPLE-HARVEY WEINSTEIN/ACTIVISTS
RTS33LEL
February 25, 2020
The Silence Breakers (L to R) Jessica Barth, Rossanna Arquette, Lauren O'Connor, Caitlin Dulany, Sarah...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
The Silence Breakers Barth, Arquette, O'Connor, Dulany, Masse, Godbold, Sivan, Geiss, Gomes, Sagemiller...
The Silence Breakers (L to R) Jessica Barth, Rossanna Arquette, Lauren O'Connor, Caitlin Dulany, Sarah Ann Masse, Louise Godbold, Lauran Sivan, Louisette Geiss, Larissa Gomes, Melissa Sagemiller Nesic and Katherine Kendall pose for a group picture following a news conference on the Harvey Weinstein verdict outside Los Angeles City Hall in Los Angeles, California, U.S. February 25, 2020. REUTERS/Mike Blake
PEOPLE-BEHRAKIS/
RTX6PDRY
March 02, 2019
FILE PHOTO: Deserted grain silos are seen in front of the snowcapped Mount Olympus near the town of Larissa...
LARISSA, Greece
Yannis Behrakis, award-winning Reuters photographer, dies aged 58
FILE PHOTO: Deserted grain silos are seen in front of the snowcapped Mount Olympus near the town of Larissa in Thessaly region, Greece, April 22, 2015. A 2,500 km trip from Athens to northeastern Greece and back via the Peloponnese region in the south shows the remnants of a once-flourishing Greek industry, which has suffered a 30 percent drop in production from its peak. Abandoned factories, previously making goods from timber to textiles and cooking oil, are often looted, adding to the scenes of desolation. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis/File photo SEARCH "YANNIS BEHRAKIS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MUSIC-GREECE/MORRICONE
RTS1X69X
August 13, 2018
A worker removes scaffolds in front of a giant mural depicting Italian composer Ennio Morricone created...
LARISSA, Greece
Ennio Morricone mural in Larissa
A worker removes scaffolds in front of a giant mural depicting Italian composer Ennio Morricone created by Asterios Laskaris, Christos Laskaris and Dimitra Kalogirou under the auspices of the Greek Cultural Association Friends of Ennio Morricone's Music, in Larissa, Greece, July 24, 2018. Picture taken July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Thanos Floulis
MUSIC-GREECE/MORRICONE
RTS1X69W
August 13, 2018
President of the Greek Cultural Association Friends of Ennio Morricone's Music Konstantinos Papakostas...
LARISSA, Greece
Ennio Morricone mural in Larissa
President of the Greek Cultural Association Friends of Ennio Morricone's Music Konstantinos Papakostas stands in front a giant mural depicting Italian composer Ennio Morricone created by Asterios Laskaris, Christos Laskaris and Dimitra Kalogirou under the auspices of the Association, in Larissa, Greece, July 24, 2018. Picture taken July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Thanos Floulis
MUSIC-GREECE/MORRICONE
RTS1X69U
August 13, 2018
A giant mural depicts Italian composer Ennio Morricone created by Asterios Laskaris, Christos Laskaris...
LARISSA, Greece
Ennio Morricone mural in Larissa
A giant mural depicts Italian composer Ennio Morricone created by Asterios Laskaris, Christos Laskaris and Dimitra Kalogirou under the auspices of the Greek Cultural Association Friends of Ennio Morricone's Music, in Larissa, Greece, July 24, 2018. Picture taken July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Giannis Floulis
MUSIC-GREECE/MORRICONE
RTS1X69S
August 13, 2018
A worker removes scaffolds in front of a giant mural depicting Italian composer Ennio Morricone, created...
LARISSA, Greece
Ennio Morricone mural in Larissa
A worker removes scaffolds in front of a giant mural depicting Italian composer Ennio Morricone, created by Asterios Laskaris, Christos Laskaris and Dimitra Kalogirou under the auspices of the Greek Cultural Association Friends of Ennio Morricone's Music, in Larissa, Greece, July 24, 2018. Picture taken July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Thanos Floulis
MUSIC-GREECE/MORRICONE
RTS1X69R
August 13, 2018
President of the Greek Cultural Association Friends of Ennio Morricone's Music Konstantinos Papakostas...
LARISSA, Greece
Ennio Morricone mural in Larissa
President of the Greek Cultural Association Friends of Ennio Morricone's Music Konstantinos Papakostas looks at a giant mural depicting Italian composer Ennio Morricone created by Asterios Laskaris, Christos Laskaris and Dimitra Kalogirou under the auspices of the Association, in Larissa, Greece, July 24, 2018. Picture taken July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Thanos Floulis
BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/MUSE
RTX25IDM
February 04, 2016
Larissa Neto, a muse of the Unidos da Tijuca Samba School, works out with her personal trainer Fabricio...
Sao Goncalo, Brazil
Larissa Neto, a muse of the Unidos da Tijuca Samba School, works out with her personal trainer Fabricio...
Larissa Neto, a muse of the Unidos da Tijuca Samba School, works out with her personal trainer Fabricio Maturana in Sao Goncalo near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, February 3, 2016. Rio de Janeiro's carnival parades are known the world over for the glitz and glamour, high-tech allegorical floats and shimmering bodies, which battle it out each year for the championship title. The competing samba schools across the city's two leagues prepare the whole year around, devising themes, composing hymns and producing elaborate costumes for more than 5000 members at each school. And for certain members the preparation is particularly intense. Each school is fronted by the Queen of the Drums, who dances alongside the raging percussion, and her court of sparkling, sculpted dancers known as "muses". For Larissa Neto, a muse and a highlight at one of the top schools, Unidos da Tijuca, the pressure is on as the main parade approaches. Picture taken February 3, 2016. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/MUSE
RTX25IDK
February 04, 2016
Larissa Neto, a muse of the Unidos da Tijuca Samba School, wears a carnival dress in Sao Goncalo near...
Sao Goncalo, Brazil
Neto, a muse of the Unidos da Tijuca Samba School, wears a carnival dress in Sao Goncalo near Rio de...
Larissa Neto, a muse of the Unidos da Tijuca Samba School, wears a carnival dress in Sao Goncalo near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, February 3, 2016. Rio de Janeiro's carnival parades are known the world over for the glitz and glamour, high-tech allegorical floats and shimmering bodies, which battle it out each year for the championship title. The competing samba schools across the city's two leagues prepare the whole year around, devising themes, composing hymns and producing elaborate costumes for more than 5000 members at each school. And for certain members the preparation is particularly intense. Each school is fronted by the Queen of the Drums, who dances alongside the raging percussion, and her court of sparkling, sculpted dancers known as "muses". For Larissa Neto, a muse and a highlight at one of the top schools, Unidos da Tijuca, the pressure is on as the main parade approaches. Picture taken February 3, 2016. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/MUSE
RTX25IDJ
February 04, 2016
Larissa Neto, a muse of the Unidos da Tijuca Samba School, puts on make up as she wears a carnival dress...
Sao Goncalo, Brazil
Larissa Neto, a muse of the Unidos da Tijuca Samba School, puts on make up as she wears a carnival dress...
Larissa Neto, a muse of the Unidos da Tijuca Samba School, puts on make up as she wears a carnival dress in Sao Goncalo near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, February 3, 2016. Rio de Janeiro's carnival parades are known the world over for the glitz and glamour, high-tech allegorical floats and shimmering bodies, which battle it out each year for the championship title. The competing samba schools across the city's two leagues prepare the whole year around, devising themes, composing hymns and producing elaborate costumes for more than 5000 members at each school. And for certain members the preparation is particularly intense. Each school is fronted by the Queen of the Drums, who dances alongside the raging percussion, and her court of sparkling, sculpted dancers known as "muses". For Larissa Neto, a muse and a highlight at one of the top schools, Unidos da Tijuca, the pressure is on as the main parade approaches. Picture taken February 3, 2016. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/MUSE
RTX25IDI
February 04, 2016
Larissa Neto, a muse of the Unidos da Tijuca Samba School, poses as she wears a carnival dress in Sao...
Sao Goncalo, Brazil
Neto, a muse of the Unidos da Tijuca Samba School, poses as she wears a carnival dress in Sao Goncalo...
Larissa Neto, a muse of the Unidos da Tijuca Samba School, poses as she wears a carnival dress in Sao Goncalo near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, February 3, 2016. Rio de Janeiro's carnival parades are known the world over for the glitz and glamour, high-tech allegorical floats and shimmering bodies, which battle it out each year for the championship title. The competing samba schools across the city's two leagues prepare the whole year around, devising themes, composing hymns and producing elaborate costumes for more than 5000 members at each school. And for certain members the preparation is particularly intense. Each school is fronted by the Queen of the Drums, who dances alongside the raging percussion, and her court of sparkling, sculpted dancers known as "muses". For Larissa Neto, a muse and a highlight at one of the top schools, Unidos da Tijuca, the pressure is on as the main parade approaches. Picture taken February 3, 2016. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/MUSE
RTX25IDH
February 04, 2016
Larissa Neto, a muse of the Unidos da Tijuca Samba School, works out with her personal trainer Fabricio...
Sao Goncalo, Brazil
Larissa Neto, a muse of the Unidos da Tijuca Samba School, works out with her personal trainer Fabricio...
Larissa Neto, a muse of the Unidos da Tijuca Samba School, works out with her personal trainer Fabricio Maturana in Sao Goncalo near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, February 3, 2016. Rio de Janeiro's carnival parades are known the world over for the glitz and glamour, high-tech allegorical floats and shimmering bodies, which battle it out each year for the championship title. The competing samba schools across the city's two leagues prepare the whole year around, devising themes, composing hymns and producing elaborate costumes for more than 5000 members at each school. And for certain members the preparation is particularly intense. Each school is fronted by the Queen of the Drums, who dances alongside the raging percussion, and her court of sparkling, sculpted dancers known as "muses". For Larissa Neto, a muse and a highlight at one of the top schools, Unidos da Tijuca, the pressure is on as the main parade approaches. Picture taken February 3, 2016. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/MUSE
RTX25IDG
February 04, 2016
Larissa Neto, a muse of the Unidos da Tijuca Samba School, wears a carnival dress in Sao Goncalo near...
Sao Goncalo, Brazil
Neto, a muse of the Unidos da Tijuca Samba School, wears a carnival dress in Sao Goncalo near Rio de...
Larissa Neto, a muse of the Unidos da Tijuca Samba School, wears a carnival dress in Sao Goncalo near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, February 3, 2016. Rio de Janeiro's carnival parades are known the world over for the glitz and glamour, high-tech allegorical floats and shimmering bodies, which battle it out each year for the championship title. The competing samba schools across the city's two leagues prepare the whole year around, devising themes, composing hymns and producing elaborate costumes for more than 5000 members at each school. And for certain members the preparation is particularly intense. Each school is fronted by the Queen of the Drums, who dances alongside the raging percussion, and her court of sparkling, sculpted dancers known as "muses". For Larissa Neto, a muse and a highlight at one of the top schools, Unidos da Tijuca, the pressure is on as the main parade approaches. Picture taken February 3, 2016. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/MUSE
RTX25IDC
February 04, 2016
Larissa Neto, a muse of the Unidos da Tijuca Samba School, works out with her personal trainer Fabricio...
Sao Goncalo, Brazil
Larissa Neto, a muse of the Unidos da Tijuca Samba School, works out with her personal trainer Fabricio...
Larissa Neto, a muse of the Unidos da Tijuca Samba School, works out with her personal trainer Fabricio Maturana in Sao Goncalo near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, February 3, 2016. Rio de Janeiro's carnival parades are known the world over for the glitz and glamour, high-tech allegorical floats and shimmering bodies, which battle it out each year for the championship title. The competing samba schools across the city's two leagues prepare the whole year around, devising themes, composing hymns and producing elaborate costumes for more than 5000 members at each school. And for certain members the preparation is particularly intense. Each school is fronted by the Queen of the Drums, who dances alongside the raging percussion, and her court of sparkling, sculpted dancers known as "muses". For Larissa Neto, a muse and a highlight at one of the top schools, Unidos da Tijuca, the pressure is on as the main parade approaches. Picture taken February 3, 2016. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/MUSE
RTX25ID8
February 04, 2016
Larissa Neto, a muse of the Unidos da Tijuca Samba School, wears a carnival dress in Sao Goncalo near...
Sao Goncalo, Brazil
Neto, a muse of the Unidos da Tijuca Samba School, wears a carnival dress in Sao Goncalo near Rio de...
Larissa Neto, a muse of the Unidos da Tijuca Samba School, wears a carnival dress in Sao Goncalo near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, February 3, 2016. Rio de Janeiro's carnival parades are known the world over for the glitz and glamour, high-tech allegorical floats and shimmering bodies, which battle it out each year for the championship title. The competing samba schools across the city's two leagues prepare the whole year around, devising themes, composing hymns and producing elaborate costumes for more than 5000 members at each school. And for certain members the preparation is particularly intense. Each school is fronted by the Queen of the Drums, who dances alongside the raging percussion, and her court of sparkling, sculpted dancers known as "muses". For Larissa Neto, a muse and a highlight at one of the top schools, Unidos da Tijuca, the pressure is on as the main parade approaches. Picture taken February 3, 2016. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
EUROZONE-GREECE/REFORMS
RTX23K90
January 22, 2016
Tractors are parked next to the main motorway linking Athens to the north of the country during a demonstration...
Tempi, Greece
Tractors are parked next to the main motorway linking Athens to the north of the country during a demonstration...
Tractors are parked next to the main motorway linking Athens to the north of the country during a demonstration of Greek farmers against planned pension reforms in Tempi, near the city of Larissa in central Greece, January 22, 2016. REUTERS/Alexandros Avramidis
EUROZONE-GREECE/FARMERS
RTX23K8K
January 22, 2016
Greek farmers stand next to their parked tractors during a demonstration against planned pension reforms...
Tempi, Greece
Greek farmers stand next to their parked tractors during a demonstration against planned pension reforms...
Greek farmers stand next to their parked tractors during a demonstration against planned pension reforms next to the main motorway linking Athens to the north of the country in Tempi, near the city of Larissa in central Greece, January 22, 2016. REUTERS/Alexandros Avramidis
EUROZONE-GREECE/REFORMS
RTX238F5
January 20, 2016
Tractors are parked next to the main motorway linking Athens to the north of the country, during a demonstration...
Tempi, Greece
Tractors are parked next to the main motorway linking Athens to the north of the country, during a demonstration...
Tractors are parked next to the main motorway linking Athens to the north of the country, during a demonstration of Greek farmers against planned pension reforms, in Tempi, near the city of Larissa in central Greece, January 20, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandros Avramidis
EUROZONE-GREECE/REFORMS
RTX238F1
January 20, 2016
A farmer makes his way next to parked tractors during a demonstration of Greek farmers against planned...
Tempi, Greece
A farmer makes his way next to parked tractors during a demonstration of Greek farmers against planned...
A farmer makes his way next to parked tractors during a demonstration of Greek farmers against planned pension reforms, next to the main motorway linking Athens to the north of the country, in Tempi, near the city of Larissa in central Greece, January 20, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandros Avramidis
EUROZONE-GREECE/REFORMS
RTX238DS
January 20, 2016
A Greek national flag flutters on a tractor during a demonstration of Greek farmers against planned pension...
Tempi, Greece
A Greek national flag flutters on a tractor during a demonstration of Greek farmers against planned pension...
A Greek national flag flutters on a tractor during a demonstration of Greek farmers against planned pension reforms, next to the main motorway linking Athens to the north of the country, in Tempi, near the city of Larissa in central Greece, January 20, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandros Avramidis
EUROZONE-GREECE/REFORMS
RTX238DQ
January 20, 2016
Farmers drive their tractors during a demonstration of Greek farmers against planned pension reforms,...
Tempi, Greece
Farmers drive their tractors during a demonstration of Greek farmers against planned pension reforms,...
Farmers drive their tractors during a demonstration of Greek farmers against planned pension reforms, on the main motorway linking Athens to the north of the country, in Tempi, near the city of Larissa in central Greece, January 20, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandros Avramidis
EUROZONE-GREECE
RTX1CKS5
May 12, 2015
The shadow of a man is cast on a wall in the basement of a deserted textile factory that closed in 1995...
LARISSA, Greece
Wider Image: Ghost Factories Of Greece
The shadow of a man is cast on a wall in the basement of a deserted textile factory that closed in 1995 near the town of Larissa in Thessaly region, Greece April 22, 2015. As Athens faces growing pressure to reach agreement with lenders to avoid financial chaos, an angry Greek public feels the pain of cuts following a six-year recession, with unemployment more than double the euro zone average. A 2,500 km trip from Athens to northeastern Greece and back via the Peloponnese region in the south shows the remnants of a once-flourishing Greek industry, which has suffered a 30 percent drop in production from its peak. Abandoned factories, previously making goods from timber to textiles and cooking oil, are often looted, adding to the scenes of desolation. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis

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EUROZONE-GREECE
RTX1CKRP
May 12, 2015
Graffiti is painted on the walls of a deserted textile factory that closed in 1995 near the town of Larissa...
LARISSA, Greece
Wider Image: Ghost Factories Of Greece
Graffiti is painted on the walls of a deserted textile factory that closed in 1995 near the town of Larissa in Thessaly region, Greece April 22, 2015. As Athens faces growing pressure to reach agreement with lenders to avoid financial chaos, an angry Greek public feels the pain of cuts following a six-year recession, with unemployment more than double the euro zone average. A 2,500 km trip from Athens to northeastern Greece and back via the Peloponnese region in the south shows the remnants of a once-flourishing Greek industry, which has suffered a 30 percent drop in production from its peak. Abandoned factories, previously making goods from timber to textiles and cooking oil, are often looted, adding to the scenes of desolation. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis

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EUROZONE-GREECE
RTX1CKRO
May 12, 2015
Graffiti is seen inside a manager's office at a deserted textile factory that closed in 1995 near the...
LARISSA, Greece
Wider Image: Ghost Factories Of Greece
Graffiti is seen inside a manager's office at a deserted textile factory that closed in 1995 near the town of Larissa in Thessaly region, Greece April 22, 2015. As Athens faces growing pressure to reach agreement with lenders to avoid financial chaos, an angry Greek public feels the pain of cuts following a six-year recession, with unemployment more than double the euro zone average. A 2,500 km trip from Athens to northeastern Greece and back via the Peloponnese region in the south shows the remnants of a once-flourishing Greek industry, which has suffered a 30 percent drop in production from its peak. Abandoned factories, previously making goods from timber to textiles and cooking oil, are often looted, adding to the scenes of desolation. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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EUROZONE-GREECE
RTX1CKRK
May 12, 2015
Poppies are seen near a deserted metal construction close to the town of Larissa in Thessaly region,...
LARISSA, Greece
Wider Image: Ghost Factories Of Greece
Poppies are seen near a deserted metal construction close to the town of Larissa in Thessaly region, Greece April 22, 2015. As Athens faces growing pressure to reach agreement with lenders to avoid financial chaos, an angry Greek public feels the pain of cuts following a six-year recession, with unemployment more than double the euro zone average. A 2,500 km trip from Athens to northeastern Greece and back via the Peloponnese region in the south shows the remnants of a once-flourishing Greek industry, which has suffered a 30 percent drop in production from its peak. Abandoned factories, previously making goods from timber to textiles and cooking oil, are often looted, adding to the scenes of desolation. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis

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EUROZONE-GREECE
RTX1CKRG
May 12, 2015
A deserted industrial building, part of the local customs bureau, is seen in front of the snowcapped...
LARISSA, Greece
Wider Image: Ghost Factories Of Greece
A deserted industrial building, part of the local customs bureau, is seen in front of the snowcapped Mount Olympus near the town of Larissa in Thessaly region, Greece April 22, 2015. As Athens faces growing pressure to reach agreement with lenders to avoid financial chaos, an angry Greek public feels the pain of cuts following a six-year recession, with unemployment more than double the euro zone average. A 2,500 km trip from Athens to northeastern Greece and back via the Peloponnese region in the south shows the remnants of a once-flourishing Greek industry, which has suffered a 30 percent drop in production from its peak. Abandoned factories, previously making goods from timber to textiles and cooking oil, are often looted, adding to the scenes of desolation. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis

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RTX1CKRB
May 12, 2015
A calendar from the year 2000 is seen next to a destroyed electricity panel inside a cotton spinning...
LARISSA, Greece
Wider Image: Ghost Factories Of Greece
A calendar from the year 2000 is seen next to a destroyed electricity panel inside a cotton spinning factory in the town of Larissa in Thessaly region, Greece April 22, 2015. As Athens faces growing pressure to reach agreement with lenders to avoid financial chaos, an angry Greek public feels the pain of cuts following a six-year recession, with unemployment more than double the euro zone average. A 2,500 km trip from Athens to northeastern Greece and back via the Peloponnese region in the south shows the remnants of a once-flourishing Greek industry, which has suffered a 30 percent drop in production from its peak. Abandoned factories, previously making goods from timber to textiles and cooking oil, are often looted, adding to the scenes of desolation. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis

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RTX1CKR7
May 12, 2015
Boxes of cotton thread are seen inside a cotton spinning factory that closed in 2000 in the town of Larissa...
LARISSA, Greece
Wider Image: Ghost Factories Of Greece
Boxes of cotton thread are seen inside a cotton spinning factory that closed in 2000 in the town of Larissa in Thessaly region, Greece April 22, 2015. As Athens faces growing pressure to reach agreement with lenders to avoid financial chaos, an angry Greek public feels the pain of cuts following a six-year recession, with unemployment more than double the euro zone average. A 2,500 km trip from Athens to northeastern Greece and back via the Peloponnese region in the south shows the remnants of a once-flourishing Greek industry, which has suffered a 30 percent drop in production from its peak. Abandoned factories, previously making goods from timber to textiles and cooking oil, are often looted, adding to the scenes of desolation. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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RTX1CKR2
May 12, 2015
Deserted grain silos are seen in front of the snowcapped Mount Olympus near the town of Larissa in Thessaly...
LARISSA, Greece
Wider Image: Ghost Factories Of Greece
Deserted grain silos are seen in front of the snowcapped Mount Olympus near the town of Larissa in Thessaly region, Greece April 22, 2015. As Athens faces growing pressure to reach agreement with lenders to avoid financial chaos, an angry Greek public feels the pain of cuts following a six-year recession, with unemployment more than double the euro zone average. A 2,500 km trip from Athens to northeastern Greece and back via the Peloponnese region in the south shows the remnants of a once-flourishing Greek industry, which has suffered a 30 percent drop in production from its peak. Abandoned factories, previously making goods from timber to textiles and cooking oil, are often looted, adding to the scenes of desolation. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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EUROZONE-GREECE
RTX1CKQY
May 12, 2015
The offices of a cotton spinning factory that closed in 2000 are seen in the town of Larissa in Thessaly...
LARISSA, Greece
Wider Image: Ghost Factories Of Greece
The offices of a cotton spinning factory that closed in 2000 are seen in the town of Larissa in Thessaly region, Greece April 22, 2015. As Athens faces growing pressure to reach agreement with lenders to avoid financial chaos, an angry Greek public feels the pain of cuts following a six-year recession, with unemployment more than double the euro zone average. A 2,500 km trip from Athens to northeastern Greece and back via the Peloponnese region in the south shows the remnants of a once-flourishing Greek industry, which has suffered a 30 percent drop in production from its peak. Abandoned factories, previously making goods from timber to textiles and cooking oil, are often looted, adding to the scenes of desolation. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis

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EUROZONE-GREECE
RTX1CKQ5
May 12, 2015
The entrance of a deserted marble factory, which closed in 2006, is seen near the town of Larissa in...
LARISSA, Greece
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The entrance of a deserted marble factory, which closed in 2006, is seen near the town of Larissa in Thessaly region, Greece April 22, 2015. As Athens faces growing pressure to reach agreement with lenders to avoid financial chaos, an angry Greek public feels the pain of cuts following a six-year recession, with unemployment more than double the euro zone average. A 2,500 km trip from Athens to northeastern Greece and back via the Peloponnese region in the south shows the remnants of a once-flourishing Greek industry, which has suffered a 30 percent drop in production from its peak. Abandoned factories, previously making goods from timber to textiles and cooking oil, are often looted, adding to the scenes of desolation. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis

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May 12, 2015
The rusty gate of a deserted textile factory that closed in 1995 is seen near the town of Larissa in...
LARISSA, Greece
Wider Image: Ghost Factories Of Greece
The rusty gate of a deserted textile factory that closed in 1995 is seen near the town of Larissa in Thessaly region, Greece April 22, 2015. As Athens faces growing pressure to reach agreement with lenders to avoid financial chaos, an angry Greek public feels the pain of cuts following a six-year recession, with unemployment more than double the euro zone average. A 2,500 km trip from Athens to northeastern Greece and back via the Peloponnese region in the south shows the remnants of a once-flourishing Greek industry, which has suffered a 30 percent drop in production from its peak. Abandoned factories, previously making goods from timber to textiles and cooking oil, are often looted, adding to the scenes of desolation. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis

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May 12, 2015
A broken marble sign that reads "Accountant's Office" lies on the floor of a deserted marble factory...
LARISSA, Greece
Wider Image: Ghost Factories Of Greece
A broken marble sign that reads "Accountant's Office" lies on the floor of a deserted marble factory that closed in 2006 near the town of Larissa in Thessaly region, Greece April 22, 2015. As Athens faces growing pressure to reach agreement with lenders to avoid financial chaos, an angry Greek public feels the pain of cuts following a six-year recession, with unemployment more than double the euro zone average. A 2,500 km trip from Athens to northeastern Greece and back via the Peloponnese region in the south shows the remnants of a once-flourishing Greek industry, which has suffered a 30 percent drop in production from its peak. Abandoned factories, previously making goods from timber to textiles and cooking oil, are often looted, adding to the scenes of desolation. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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May 12, 2015
An accounting book lies on the floor of the management offices of a deserted marble factory that closed...
LARISSA, Greece
Wider Image: Ghost Factories Of Greece
An accounting book lies on the floor of the management offices of a deserted marble factory that closed in 2006 near the town of Larissa in Thessaly region, Greece April 22, 2015. As Athens faces growing pressure to reach agreement with lenders to avoid financial chaos, an angry Greek public feels the pain of cuts following a six-year recession, with unemployment more than double the euro zone average. A 2,500 km trip from Athens to northeastern Greece and back via the Peloponnese region in the south shows the remnants of a once-flourishing Greek industry, which has suffered a 30 percent drop in production from its peak. Abandoned factories, previously making goods from timber to textiles and cooking oil, are often looted, adding to the scenes of desolation. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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May 12, 2015
The interior of a deserted textile factory that closed in 1995 is seen near the town of Larissa in Thessaly...
LARISSA, Greece
Wider Image: Ghost Factories Of Greece
The interior of a deserted textile factory that closed in 1995 is seen near the town of Larissa in Thessaly region, Greece April 22, 2015. As Athens faces growing pressure to reach agreement with lenders to avoid financial chaos, an angry Greek public feels the pain of cuts following a six-year recession, with unemployment more than double the euro zone average. A 2,500 km trip from Athens to northeastern Greece and back via the Peloponnese region in the south shows the remnants of a once-flourishing Greek industry, which has suffered a 30 percent drop in production from its peak. Abandoned factories, previously making goods from timber to textiles and cooking oil, are often looted, adding to the scenes of desolation. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis

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May 12, 2015
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LARISSA, Greece
Wider Image: Ghost Factories Of Greece
A deserted textile factory that closed in 1995 is seen near the town of Larissa in Thessaly region, Greece April 22, 2015. As Athens faces growing pressure to reach agreement with lenders to avoid financial chaos, an angry Greek public feels the pain of cuts following a six-year recession, with unemployment more than double the euro zone average. A 2,500 km trip from Athens to northeastern Greece and back via the Peloponnese region in the south shows the remnants of a once-flourishing Greek industry, which has suffered a 30 percent drop in production from its peak. Abandoned factories, previously making goods from timber to textiles and cooking oil, are often looted, adding to the scenes of desolation. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis

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August 05, 2014
A cow eats at a milk farm in Larissa, central Greece June 27, 2014. Greek milk prices are the highest...
LARISSA, Greece
A cow eats at a milk farm in Larissa, central Greece
A cow eats at a milk farm in Larissa, central Greece June 27, 2014. Greek milk prices are the highest in the European Union, after Italy, Cyprus and Switzerland. Grassroots movements to cut out middlemen have been on the increase since Greece's debt crisis exposed the country's bureaucratic system which stifles innovation and encourages corruption. One of the most successful is dairy cooperative Thesgala or "Want Milk?" based in Larissa, where the town's new milk vending machines, have, on a small scale, solved a problem Greece's leaders and their international backers have tried and failed to tackle by supporting farmers while undercutting prices that have defied economic logic to remain some of the highest in the European Union. ThesGala pays farmers 45 cents a litre, giving small dairy farmers like Karfyllis a more stable and lucrative income from his 120 cows and 80 small calves. Unlike other ad-hoc farm movements, the cooperative publishes yearly financial statements and is taxed beforehand on milk delivered, meaning it does not contribute to Greece's vibrant black market economy. Picture taken June 27, 2014. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS ANIMALS)
GREECE-MILK/
RTR418QY
August 05, 2014
A worker casts a shadow in front of a calf inside a milk farm in Larissa, central Greece June 27, 2014....
LARISSA, Greece
A worker casts a shadow in front of a calf inside a milk farm in Larissa, central Greece
A worker casts a shadow in front of a calf inside a milk farm in Larissa, central Greece June 27, 2014. Grassroots movements to cut out middlemen have been on the increase since Greece's debt crisis exposed the country's bureaucratic system which stifles innovation and encourages corruption. One of the most successful is dairy cooperative Thesgala or "Want Milk?" based in Larissa, where the town's new milk vending machines, have, on a small scale, solved a problem Greece's leaders and their international backers have tried and failed to tackle by supporting farmers while undercutting prices that have defied economic logic to remain some of the highest in the European Union. ThesGala pays farmers 45 cents a litre, giving small dairy farmers like Karfyllis a more stable and lucrative income from his 120 cows and 80 small calves. Unlike other ad-hoc farm movements, the cooperative publishes yearly financial statements and is taxed beforehand on milk delivered, meaning it does not contribute to Greece's vibrant black market economy. Picture taken June 27, 2014. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS ANIMALS)
GREECE-MILK/
RTR418QW
August 05, 2014
Cows are seen at a milk farm in Larissa, central Greece June 27, 2014. Greek milk prices are the highest...
LARISSA, Greece
Cows are seen at a milk farm in Larissa, central Greece
Cows are seen at a milk farm in Larissa, central Greece June 27, 2014. Greek milk prices are the highest in the European Union, after Italy, Cyprus and Switzerland. Grassroots movements to cut out middlemen have been on the increase since Greece's debt crisis exposed the country's bureaucratic system which stifles innovation and encourages corruption. One of the most successful is dairy cooperative Thesgala or "Want Milk?" based in Larissa, where the town's new milk vending machines, have, on a small scale, solved a problem Greece's leaders and their international backers have tried and failed to tackle by supporting farmers while undercutting prices that have defied economic logic to remain some of the highest in the European Union. ThesGala pays farmers 45 cents a litre, giving small dairy farmers like Karfyllis a more stable and lucrative income from his 120 cows and 80 small calves. Unlike other ad-hoc farm movements, the cooperative publishes yearly financial statements and is taxed beforehand on milk delivered, meaning it does not contribute to Greece's vibrant black market economy. Picture taken June 27, 2014. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS ANIMALS)
GREECE-MILK/
RTR418QU
August 05, 2014
Andreas Karafyllis, a former software developer who returned to Greece from Germany in 2006 to start...
LARISSA, Greece
Farmer Andreas Karafyllis pets a calf inside his farm in Larissa, central Greece
Andreas Karafyllis, a former software developer who returned to Greece from Germany in 2006 to start a milk farm, pets a calf in Larissa, central Greece June 27, 2014. Grassroots movements to cut out middlemen have been on the increase since Greece's debt crisis exposed the country's bureaucratic system which stifles innovation and encourages corruption. One of the most successful is dairy cooperative Thesgala or "Want Milk?" based in Larissa, where the town's new milk vending machines, have, on a small scale, solved a problem Greece's leaders and their international backers have tried and failed to tackle by supporting farmers while undercutting prices that have defied economic logic to remain some of the highest in the European Union. ThesGala pays farmers 45 cents a litre, giving small dairy farmers like Karfyllis a more stable and lucrative income from his 120 cows and 80 small calves. Unlike other ad-hoc farm movements, the cooperative publishes yearly financial statements and is taxed beforehand on milk delivered, meaning it does not contribute to Greece's vibrant black market economy. Picture taken June 27, 2014. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS ANIMALS)
GREECE-MILK/
RTR418QQ
August 05, 2014
Cows are seen at a milk farm in Larissa, central Greece June 27, 2014. Greek milk prices are the highest...
LARISSA, Greece
Cows are seen at a milk farm in Larissa, central Greece
Cows are seen at a milk farm in Larissa, central Greece June 27, 2014. Greek milk prices are the highest in the European Union, after Italy, Cyprus and Switzerland. Grassroots movements to cut out middlemen have been on the increase since Greece's debt crisis exposed the country's bureaucratic system which stifles innovation and encourages corruption. One of the most successful is dairy cooperative Thesgala or "Want Milk?" based in Larissa, where the town's new milk vending machines, have, on a small scale, solved a problem Greece's leaders and their international backers have tried and failed to tackle by supporting farmers while undercutting prices that have defied economic logic to remain some of the highest in the European Union. ThesGala pays farmers 45 cents a litre, giving small dairy farmers a more stable and lucrative income from his 120 cows and 80 small calves. Unlike other ad-hoc farm movements, the cooperative publishes yearly financial statements and is taxed beforehand on milk delivered, meaning it does not contribute to Greece's vibrant black market economy. Picture taken June 27, 2014. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS ANIMALS)
GREECE-MILK/
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August 05, 2014
Consumers buy milk from a vending machine in Larissa, central Greece June 26, 2014. Grassroots movements...
LARISSA, Greece
Consumers buy milk from a vending machine in Larissa, central Greece
Consumers buy milk from a vending machine in Larissa, central Greece June 26, 2014. Grassroots movements to cut out middlemen have been on the increase since Greece's debt crisis exposed the country's bureaucratic system which stifles innovation and encourages corruption. One of the most successful is based in Larissa, where the town's new vending machines, have, on a small scale, solved a problem Greece's leaders and their international backers have tried and failed to tackle. They dispense milk, supporting farmers while undercutting prices that have defied economic logic to remain some of the highest in the European Union. Greeks, whose average incomes fell by 30 percent since the crisis hit in late 2009, have been flooding in - bringing their own bottles or buying plastic or glass ones from the machines. The dairy cooperative behind the initiative, ThesGala or "Want Milk?", has expanded to 14 vending machine outlets in Larissa and plans to double the network in and around the central city over the next year. Picture taken June 26, 2014. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
GREECE-MILK/
RTR418QJ
August 05, 2014
Consumers buy milk from a vending machine in Larissa, central Greece June 26, 2014. Grassroots movements...
LARISSA, Greece
Consumers buy milk from a vending machine in Larissa, central Greece
Consumers buy milk from a vending machine in Larissa, central Greece June 26, 2014. Grassroots movements to cut out middlemen have been on the increase since Greece's debt crisis exposed the country's bureaucratic system which stifles innovation and encourages corruption. One of the most successful is based in Larissa, where the town's new vending machines, have, on a small scale, solved a problem Greece's leaders and their international backers have tried and failed to tackle. They dispense milk, supporting farmers while undercutting prices that have defied economic logic to remain some of the highest in the European Union. Greeks, whose average incomes fell by 30 percent since the crisis hit in late 2009, have been flooding in - bringing their own bottles or buying plastic or glass ones from the machines. The dairy cooperative behind the initiative, ThesGala or "Want Milk?", has expanded to 14 vending machine outlets in Larissa and plans to double the network in and around the central city over the next year. Picture taken June 26, 2014. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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RTR418QI
August 05, 2014
A worker pulls a can with milk to refill a vending machine in Larissa, central Greece June 26, 2014....
LARISSA, Greece
A worker pulls a can with milk to refill a vending machine in Larissa, central Greece
A worker pulls a can with milk to refill a vending machine in Larissa, central Greece June 26, 2014. Grassroots movements to cut out middlemen have been on the increase since Greece's debt crisis exposed the country's bureaucratic system which stifles innovation and encourages corruption. One of the most successful is based in Larissa, where the town's new vending machines, have, on a small scale, solved a problem Greece's leaders and their international backers have tried and failed to tackle. They dispense milk, supporting farmers while undercutting prices that have defied economic logic to remain some of the highest in the European Union. Greeks, whose average incomes fell by 30 percent since the crisis hit in late 2009, have been flooding in - bringing their own bottles or buying plastic or glass ones from the machines. The dairy cooperative behind the initiative, ThesGala or "Want Milk?", has expanded to 14 vending machine outlets in Larissa and plans to double the network in and around the central city over the next year. Picture taken June 26, 2014. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
GREECE-MILK/
RTR418QG
August 05, 2014
A boy leaves a vending machine after buying a bottle of milk in Larissa, central Greece June 26, 2014....
LARISSA, Greece
Consumers buy milk from a vending machine in Larissa, central Greece
A boy leaves a vending machine after buying a bottle of milk in Larissa, central Greece June 26, 2014. Grassroots movements to cut out middlemen have been on the increase since Greece's debt crisis exposed the country's bureaucratic system which stifles innovation and encourages corruption. One of the most successful is based in Larissa, where the town's new vending machines, have, on a small scale, solved a problem Greece's leaders and their international backers have tried and failed to tackle. They dispense milk, supporting farmers while undercutting prices that have defied economic logic to remain some of the highest in the European Union. Greeks, whose average incomes fell by 30 percent since the crisis hit in late 2009, have been flooding in - bringing their own bottles or buying plastic or glass ones from the machines. The dairy cooperative behind the initiative, ThesGala or "Want Milk?", has expanded to 14 vending machine outlets in Larissa and plans to double the network in and around the central city over the next year. Picture taken June 26, 2014. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
GREECE-MILK/
RTR418QF
August 05, 2014
Consumers buy milk from a vending machine in Larissa town, central Greece June 26, 2014. Grassroots movements...
LARISSA, Greece
Consumers buy milk from a vending machine in Larissa town, central Greece
Consumers buy milk from a vending machine in Larissa town, central Greece June 26, 2014. Grassroots movements to cut out middlemen have been on the increase since Greece's debt crisis exposed the country's bureaucratic system which stifles innovation and encourages corruption. One of the most successful is based in Larissa, where the town's new vending machines, have, on a small scale, solved a problem Greece's leaders and their international backers have tried and failed to tackle. They dispense milk, supporting farmers while undercutting prices that have defied economic logic to remain some of the highest in the European Union. Greeks, whose average incomes fell by 30 percent since the crisis hit in late 2009, have been flooding in - bringing their own bottles or buying plastic or glass ones from the machines. The dairy cooperative behind the initiative, ThesGala or "Want Milk?", has expanded to 14 vending machine outlets in Larissa and plans to double the network in and around the central city over the next year. Picture taken June 26, 2014. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
GREECE-MILK/
RTR418QB
August 05, 2014
A woman waits for a bottle of milk to be dispensed at a vending machine in Larissa town, central Greece...
LARISSA, Greece
A woman waits for a bottle of milk to be dispensed at a vending machine in Larissa town, central Greece...
A woman waits for a bottle of milk to be dispensed at a vending machine in Larissa town, central Greece June 26, 2014. Grassroots movements to cut out middlemen have been on the increase since Greece's debt crisis exposed the country's bureaucratic system which stifles innovation and encourages corruption. One of the most successful is based in Larissa, where the town's new vending machines, have, on a small scale, solved a problem Greece's leaders and their international backers have tried and failed to tackle. They dispense milk, supporting farmers while undercutting prices that have defied economic logic to remain some of the highest in the European Union. Greeks, whose average incomes fell by 30 percent since the crisis hit in late 2009, have been flooding in - bringing their own bottles or buying plastic or glass ones from the machines. The dairy cooperative behind the initiative, ThesGala or "Want Milk?", has expanded to 14 vending machine outlets in Larissa and plans to double the network in and around the central city over the next year. Picture taken June 26, 2014. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
GREECE-MILK/
RTR418Q8
August 05, 2014
A bottle is filled with milk at a vending machine in Larissa town, central Greece June 26, 2014. Grassroots...
LARISSA, Greece
A bottle is filled with milk at a vending machine in Larissa town, central Greece
A bottle is filled with milk at a vending machine in Larissa town, central Greece June 26, 2014. Grassroots movements to cut out middlemen have been on the increase since Greece's debt crisis exposed the country's bureaucratic system which stifles innovation and encourages corruption. One of the most successful is based in Larissa, where the town's new vending machines, have, on a small scale, solved a problem Greece's leaders and their international backers have tried and failed to tackle. They dispense milk, supporting farmers while undercutting prices that have defied economic logic to remain some of the highest in the European Union. Greeks, whose average incomes fell by 30 percent since the crisis hit in late 2009, have been flooding in - bringing their own bottles or buying plastic or glass ones from the machines. The dairy cooperative behind the initiative, ThesGala or "Want Milk?", has expanded to 14 vending machine outlets in Larissa and plans to double the network in and around the central city over the next year. Picture taken June 26, 2014. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
GREECE-SOCCER/SPONSORS
RTR39HEH
October 23, 2012
A view of a room inside "Soula", a luxury brothel which sponsors the local Voukefalas soccer team, in...
Athens, Greece
A view of a room inside "Soula", a luxury brothel which sponsors the local Voukefalas soccer team, in...
A view of a room inside "Soula", a luxury brothel which sponsors the local Voukefalas soccer team, in the city of Larissa about 320 km (200 miles) north of Athens October 20, 2012. A brothel and a funeral home have become the newest benefactors of two cash-strapped Greek soccer clubs struggling to survive the country's economic crisis. Picture taken October 20, 2012. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY SPORT SOCCER)
GREECE-SOCCER/SPONSORS
RTR39HEE
October 23, 2012
Yiannis Batziolas, chairman and player of the local Voukefalas soccer team gets ready during a match...
Athens, Greece
Yiannis Batziolas, chairman and player of the local Voukefalas soccer team gets ready during a match...
Yiannis Batziolas, chairman and player of the local Voukefalas soccer team gets ready during a match in the city of Larissa about 320 km (200 miles) north of Athens October 20, 2012. A brothel and a funeral home have become the newest benefactors of two cash-strapped Greek soccer clubs struggling to survive the country's economic crisis. Picture taken October 20, 2012. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY SPORT SOCCER)
GREECE-SOCCER/SPONSORS
RTR39HE9
October 23, 2012
Players of the local Voukefalas football team wearing T-shirts displaying the logo of their sponsor,...
Athens, Greece
Players of local Voukefalas football team wearing T-shirts displaying logo of sponsor take instructions...
Players of the local Voukefalas football team wearing T-shirts displaying the logo of their sponsor, a luxury brothel, take instructions from their coach Vassilis Kyriakos (2nd L) before a match in the city of Larissa about 320 km (200 miles) north of Athens October 20, 2012. A brothel and a funeral home have become the newest benefactors of two cash-strapped Greek soccer clubs struggling to survive the country's economic crisis. Picture taken October 20, 2012. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY SPORT SOCCER)
GREECE-SOCCER/SPONSORS
RTR39HDV
October 23, 2012
A player of the local Voukefalas soccer team wearing a T-shirt displaying the logo of their sponsor "Soula",...
Athens, Greece
Player of Voukefalas soccer team wearing T-shirt displaying logo of sponsor "Soula" practices before...
A player of the local Voukefalas soccer team wearing a T-shirt displaying the logo of their sponsor "Soula", a luxury brothel, practices before a match in the city of Larissa about 320 km (200 miles) north of Athens October 20, 2012. A brothel and a funeral home have become the newest benefactors of two cash-strapped Greek soccer clubs struggling to survive the country's economic crisis. Picture taken October 20, 2012. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY SPORT SOCCER)
GREECE-SOCCER/SPONSORS
RTR39HDP
October 23, 2012
Players of the local Voukefalas soccer team wearing T-shirts displaying the logo of their sponsor "Soula",...
Athens, Greece
Players of Voukefalas soccer team wearing T-shirts displaying logo of sponsor "Soula" prepare for soccer...
Players of the local Voukefalas soccer team wearing T-shirts displaying the logo of their sponsor "Soula", a luxury brothel, prepare for a soccer match in the city of Larissa about 320 km (200 miles) north of Athens October 20, 2012. A brothel and a funeral home have become the newest benefactors of two cash-strapped Greek soccer clubs struggling to survive the country's economic crisis. Picture taken October 20, 2012. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY SPORT SOCCER)
GREECE-SOCCER/SPONSORS
RTR39HDD
October 23, 2012
Soula Alevridou (L), whose brothels "Soula" and "Villa Erotica" sponsor the local Voukefalas soccer team,...
Athens, Greece
Alevridou, whose brothels "Soula" and "Villa Erotica" sponsor Voukefalas soccer team, watches them during...
Soula Alevridou (L), whose brothels "Soula" and "Villa Erotica" sponsor the local Voukefalas soccer team, watches her team during a soccer match in the city of Larissa about 320 km (200 miles) north of Athens October 20, 2012. A brothel and a funeral home have become the newest benefactors of two cash-strapped Greek soccer clubs struggling to survive the country's economic crisis. Picture taken October 20, 2012. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY SPORT SOCCER)
GREECE-SOCCER/SPONSORS
RTR39HD2
October 23, 2012
A view of a hall inside "Soula", a luxury brothel which sponsors the local Voukefalas soccer team, in...
Athens, Greece
A view of a hall inside "Soula", a luxury brothel which sponsors the local Voukefalas soccer team, in...
A view of a hall inside "Soula", a luxury brothel which sponsors the local Voukefalas soccer team, in the city of Larissa about 320 km (200 miles) north of Athens October 20, 2012. A brothel and a funeral home have become the newest benefactors of two cash-strapped Greek soccer clubs struggling to survive the country's economic crisis. Picture taken October 20, 2012. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY SPORT SOCCER)
GREECE-SOCCER/SPONSORS
RTR39HC5
October 23, 2012
An external view of "Soula", a luxury brothel which sponsors the local Voukefalas soccer team, in the...
Athens, Greece
An external view of "Soula", a luxury brothel which sponsors the local Voukefalas soccer team, in the...
An external view of "Soula", a luxury brothel which sponsors the local Voukefalas soccer team, in the city of Larissa about 320 km north (200 miles) of Athens October 20, 2012. A brothel and a funeral home have become the newest benefactors of two cash-strapped Greek soccer clubs struggling to survive the country's economic crisis. Picture taken October 20, 2012. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY SPORT SOCCER)
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