NAPLES, ITALY - MAY 02: Tourists look at a church near a pile of uncollected rubbish near San Gregorio Armeno on May 2, 2011 in Naples, Italy. Italy's third largest city is once again experiencing a ... more 
NAPLES, ITALY - MAY 02: Tourists look at a church near a pile of uncollected rubbish near San Gregorio Armeno on May 2, 2011 in Naples, Italy. Italy's third largest city is once again experiencing a serious waste crisis with waste remaining uncollected in the streets of its historical centre. The causes lie with Government and political inefficiency, corruption and Camorra, a lack of modern incinerators, intransigence and acquiescence of the local population and low levels of recycling. Today there are over two thousand tons of waste in Naples, famous for being one of the most beautiful cities in Italy. (Photo by Laura Lezza/Getty Images) less 
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