May 28, 2012
Constantinos Polychronopoulos, 47, an unemployed marketing specialist, distributes food portions at a soup kitchen for the poor in Athens, Greece, April 24.  Deep austerity measures being discussed by several European governments have led voters to oust incumbent officials, opening the door for less drastic approaches to rebuilding fragile economies.

CNS PHOTO | JOHN KOLESIDIS, REUTERS

Greek poverty grows

Constantinos Polychronopoulos, 47, an unemployed marketing specialist, distributes food portions at a soup kitchen for the poor in Athens, Greece, April 24.

Deep austerity measures being discussed by several European governments have led voters to oust incumbent officials, opening the door for less drastic approaches to rebuilding fragile economies.