Milos BicanskiFebruary 8, 2013 06:35
ATHENS — Economic crisis is changing the face of Greece. The private sector has been losing more than 1,000 businesses a week while the country has struggled with violent protests, nationwide strikes and a dramatic rise in homelessness. With few signs of improvement in the near future, many Greeks are trying to cope with whatever they can scrounge from government food programs, charities and dumpsters. Here's a look at how many are living.