Pension strike paralyses Greece
A 24-hour general strike in Greece against planned pension reforms has brought the country to a standstill.
All flights to and from Greek airports have been cancelled, and trains and buses are only running for a few hours.
The industrial action is being organised by the country's two main labour unions.
They say the plan will raise retirement age and lead to lower pensions. The government says the reform is needed to overhaul the ailing pension system.