she's talking to him leaning right next to him and facing him. No gun (nylon 'handcuff' strip only) and so close she feels shes' not in danger, and he can't help but perceive she is therefore not threatened and he's not threatening nor threatened as his legs are not crossed defensively as her's are. He's the same prisoner on the far left as in the 2d photo. The captions are subject to misinterpretation, but the photos of body language tell a positive story. She's doing her military duty with a positive attitude, the prisoner's are being addressed as people. Note the two on the right have hands in front - not a threat like the with hands in back she sits next to. You must read the photo and body language carefully, not just the 'wiseguy' afterthought caption.
In three days, Greek coastguard rescues 2,500 migrants (Reuters)