Greeks take metal to get through crisis

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Greeks take metal to get through crisis

60 miles of cable taken in the last 3 years
Steel supports are missing from an abandoned army bridge at the village of Adendro, in northern Greece. Greeks suffering from the economic crisis are targeting many infrastructure projects for metal that they sell for scrap.
African immigrants push a shopping cart loaded with scrap metal near the village of Nea Philadelphia, in northern Greece. Metal thieves are stealing just about all metal objects, including industrial cable and power-line transformers.

Greeks take metal to get through crisis

Steel supports are missing from an abandoned army bridge at the village of Adendro, in northern Greece. Greeks suffering from the economic crisis are targeting many infrastructure projects for metal that they sell for scrap.
African immigrants push a shopping cart loaded with scrap metal near the village of Nea Philadelphia, in northern Greece. Metal thieves are stealing just about all metal objects, including industrial cable and power-line transformers.
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