What is it about Naples and its inability to collect its trash? The problem is nothing new, dating back to 2008.
Last year, the European Union threatened to levy fines on Italy if the mess wasn't cleaned up.
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Two men wearing white disposable overalls and masks on their mouths take stinking garbage from the alleys of the Spanish Quarter of Naples, to throw it along via Toledo in the city center, near the intersection with via Santa Brigida, a few hundred meters from Piazza del Plebiscite, in Naples, Italy, June 21. Protests broke out in the city over the uncollected waste with citizens blocking a street by overturning dumpsters, strewing the contents across the street.
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