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Sao Paulo's Hotel Squatters - 28 Nov 2010
Sao Paulo's Hotel Squatters - 28 Nov 2010
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November 17, 2010
A woman from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), looks out from the balcony of a room,...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A woman from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto, looks out from the balcony of a room, in the former Brazilian...
A woman from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), looks out from the balcony of a room, in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 16, 2010. The hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement, who now live in the building. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, is occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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November 17, 2010
A view shows the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 16, 2010. The hotel, which...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A view shows the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo
A view shows the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 16, 2010. The hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from Brazil's Movemento dos Sem-Teto people (Roofless Movement), who now live in the building. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, is occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTXUQ8F
November 17, 2010
A woman from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement) plays with her daughter inside a room...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A woman from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto plays with her daughter inside a room in the former Brazilian...
A woman from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement) plays with her daughter inside a room in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 16, 2010. The hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement, who now live in the building. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, is occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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November 17, 2010
A man from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), fills a bucket with water, in the former...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A man from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto, fills a bucket with water, in the former Brazilian Palace...
A man from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), fills a bucket with water, in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 16, 2010. The hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement, who now live in the building. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, is occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTXUQ9A
November 17, 2010
Caio, from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), poses with a Bible, inside a room in...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Caio, from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto, poses with a Bible, inside a room in the former Brazilian...
Caio, from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), poses with a Bible, inside a room in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 16, 2010. The hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement, who now live in the building. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, is occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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November 27, 2010
Elenita Santos (R), 28, a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), combs her hair...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Santos, a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto, combs her hair after taking a bath in the former...
Elenita Santos (R), 28, a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), combs her hair after taking a bath in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 23, 2010. The Santos de Souza family left the northeastern state of Bahia three years ago for Sao Paulo where Vanderlan and his wife Elenita make a living by recycling cardboard and metal scraps. Their daughters had to skip school for two periods this year after being evicted twice. The former hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement and they were evicted by a court order on Thursday. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, had been occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media.Picture taken on November 23, 2010. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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November 27, 2010
Daughters of a members of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), Larissa Santos de Souza...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Daughters of a members of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto, Larissa takes a picture of her sister Clarice...
Daughters of a members of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), Larissa Santos de Souza (L), 11, takes a picture of her sister Clarice Santos de Souza, 9, with a mobile phone inside a room, in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 24, 2010. The Santos de Souza family left the northeastern state of Bahia three years ago for Sao Paulo where Vanderlan and his wife Elenita make a living by recycling cardboard and metal scraps. Their daughters had to skip school for two periods this year after being evicted twice. The former hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement and they were evicted by a court order on Thursday. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, had been occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. Picture taken on November 24, 2010. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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November 25, 2010
Seventy-three-year-old Maria Jose Ferreira, a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement),...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto sits on her bed in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in Sao...
Seventy-three-year-old Maria Jose Ferreira, a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), sits on her bed in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 24, 2010. About 1,200 people from the movement took over the 15-storey building around two months ago. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, has been occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. The occupants will be evicted by court order on November 25, 2010. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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November 27, 2010
Vanderlan de Souza (L), 30 and his wife Elenita Santos (R), 28, members of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Vanderlan de Souza and his wife Elenita Santos, members of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto, push their...
Vanderlan de Souza (L), 30 and his wife Elenita Santos (R), 28, members of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), push their cart loaded with cardboard as their daughters Clarice Santos de Souza, 9, and Larissa Santos de Souza (2nd L), 11, sit on the top as they arrive at the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 23, 2010. The Santos de Souza family left the northeastern state of Bahia three years ago for Sao Paulo where Vanderlan and his wife Elenita make a living by recycling cardboard and metal scraps. Their daughters had to skip school for two periods this year after being evicted twice. The former hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement and they were evicted by a court order on Thursday. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, had been occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. Picture taken on November 23, 2010. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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November 17, 2010
Children, relatives visiting a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), practise...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Children, relatives visiting a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto, practise Capoeira, inside a...
Children, relatives visiting a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), practise Capoeira, inside a room in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 15, 2010. The hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement, who now live in the building. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, is occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. Picture taken November 15, 2010. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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November 17, 2010
A man from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), sleeps on a cart, in the former Brazilian...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A man from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto, sleeps on a cart, in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in...
A man from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), sleeps on a cart, in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 15, 2010. The hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement, who now live in the building. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, is occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. Picture taken November 15, 2010. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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November 17, 2010
Fernando Jose da Silva, from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), keeps watch for intruders...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
da Silva, from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto, keeps watch for intruders at the entrance of the former...
Fernando Jose da Silva, from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), keeps watch for intruders at the entrance of the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 16, 2010. The hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement, who now live in the building. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, is occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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November 25, 2010
A boy eats inside a room occupied by members of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement) in...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A boy eats inside a room occupied by members of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto in former Brazilian Palace...
A boy eats inside a room occupied by members of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement) in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 24, 2010. About 1,200 people from the movement took over the 15-storey building around two months ago. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, has been occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. The occupants will be evicted by court order on November 25, 2010. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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November 27, 2010
Clarice Santos de Souza, 9, daughter of a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement)...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Clarice, daughter of a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto hangs laundry on the the balcony of...
Clarice Santos de Souza, 9, daughter of a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement) hangs laundry on the the balcony of a room, in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 23, 2010. The Santos de Souza family left the northeastern state of Bahia three years ago for Sao Paulo where Vanderlan and his wife Elenita makae a living by recycling cardboard and metal scraps. Their daughters had to skip school for two periods this year after being evicted twice. The former hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement and they were evicted by a court order on Thursday. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, had been occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. Picture taken on November 23, 2010. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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November 24, 2010
Elenita de Jesus Santos (L) and daughter Larissa Santos de Souza, members of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Members of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto prepare to leave a room in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel...
Elenita de Jesus Santos (L) and daughter Larissa Santos de Souza, members of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), gather their belongings as they prepare to leave a room in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 24, 2010. The building, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, has been occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. The occupants will be evicted by court order on November 25, 2010. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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November 24, 2010
Maria Jose, a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), stands next to some of her...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto stands next to some of her belongings at the former Brazilian...
Maria Jose, a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), stands next to some of her belongings at the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 24, 2010. The hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement, who now live in the building. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, is occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. The residents of the former hotel will be evicted by court order on November 25, 2010. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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November 27, 2010
Elenita Santos (C), 28, a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement) sweeps with her...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Santos, a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto, talks with her daughter Clarice in the former Brazilian...
Elenita Santos (C), 28, a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement) sweeps with her daughter Clarice Santos de Souza (R), 9, as her other daughter Larissa Santos de Souza, 11, cooks inside a room in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 24, 2010. The Santos de Souza family left the northeastern state of Bahia three years ago for Sao Paulo where Vanderlan and his wife Elenita make a living by recycling cardboard and metal scraps. Their daughters had to skip school for two periods this year after being evicted twice. The former hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement and they were evicted by a court order on Thursday. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, had been occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. Picture taken on November 24, 2010. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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November 17, 2010
A man from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), applies body lotion on the belly of his...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A man from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto, applies body lotion on the belly of his pregnant wife, inside...
A man from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), applies body lotion on the belly of his pregnant wife, inside a room in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 15, 2010. The hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement, who now live in the building. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, is occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. Picture taken November 15, 2010. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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November 27, 2010
Clarice Santos de Souza, 9, (top R) and her sister Larissa Santos de Souza, 11, daughters of a members...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Clarice, and her sister Larissa, daughters of a members of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto play in the...
Clarice Santos de Souza, 9, (top R) and her sister Larissa Santos de Souza, 11, daughters of a members of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement) plays in the balcony of a room, in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 24, 2010. The Santos de Souza family left the northeastern state of Bahia three years ago for Sao Paulo where Vanderlan and his wife Elenita make a living by recycling cardboard and metal scraps. Their daughters had to skip school for two periods this year after being evicted twice. The former hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement and they were evicted by a court order on Thursday. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, had been occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. Picture taken on November 24, 2010. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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November 26, 2010
A boy, who is the son of a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), sits on a sidewalk...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Boy, who is son of member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto, sits on sidewalk after their eviction from...
A boy, who is the son of a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), sits on a sidewalk in front of City Hall after their eviction from the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 26, 2010. The building, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement and they were evicted from former the hotel by a court order on Thursday. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, had been occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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November 25, 2010
A member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement) guards the main entrance of the former...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto guards the main entrance of the former Brazilian Palace Hotel...
A member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement) guards the main entrance of the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 25, 2010, to protest against their eviction. The building, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, has been occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. The occupants will be evicted by court order later in the day. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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November 25, 2010
Larissa Santos de Souza, 11, daughter of a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement),...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Santos de Souza cries after her eviction outside the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo...
Larissa Santos de Souza, 11, daughter of a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), cries after her eviction outside the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 25, 2010. The building, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, has been occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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November 27, 2010
Vanderlan de Souza (rear L), 30, and his wife Elenita Santos (in blue), 28, members of Brazil's Movimento...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Vanderlan de Souza and his wife Elenita Santos, members of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto, sit next...
Vanderlan de Souza (rear L), 30, and his wife Elenita Santos (in blue), 28, members of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), sit next to their belongings in front of police officers after their eviction from the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 25, 2010. The Santos de Souza family left the northeastern state of Bahia three years ago for Sao Paulo where Vanderlan and his wife Elenita make a living by recycling cardboard and metal scraps. Their daughters had to skip school for two periods this year after being evicted twice. The former hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement and they were evicted by a court order on Thursday. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, had been occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. Picture taken on November 25, 2010. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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November 17, 2010
A boy, a relative visiting a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), carries containers...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A boy, a relative visiting a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto, carries containers as he climbs...
A boy, a relative visiting a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), carries containers with food as he climbs the stairs, in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 16, 2010. The hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement, who now live in the building. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, is occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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November 17, 2010
A woman from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), carries a bucket of water as she climbs...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A woman from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto, carries a bucket of water as she climbs the stairs, in...
A woman from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), carries a bucket of water as she climbs the stairs, in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 16, 2010. The hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement, who now live in the building. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, is occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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November 17, 2010
Adiana Rocha, from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), sweeps next to her daughter Ana...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Rocha, from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto, sweeps next to her daughter Ana Clara, at the entrance of...
Adiana Rocha, from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), sweeps next to her daughter Ana Clara, at the entrance of a room in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 15, 2010. The hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement, who now live in the building. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, is occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. Picture taken November 15, 2010. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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November 17, 2010
A man from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), carries a large carafe with water, in...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A man from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto, carries a large carafe with water, in the former Brazilian...
A man from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), carries a large carafe with water, in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 15, 2010. The hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement, who now live in the building. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, is occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. Picture taken November 15, 2010. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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November 17, 2010
Larisa Santos, a relative visiting a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), fills...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Santos, a relative visiting a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto, fills a bucket with water in...
Larisa Santos, a relative visiting a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), fills a bucket with water in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 15, 2010. The hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement, who now live in the building. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, is occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. Picture taken November 15, 2010. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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November 17, 2010
Alice de Melo, from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), brushes her teeth inside a room...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
de Melo, from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto, brushes her teeth inside a room in the former Brazilian...
Alice de Melo, from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), brushes her teeth inside a room in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 15, 2010. The hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement, who now live in the building. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, is occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. Picture taken November 15, 2010. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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November 17, 2010
A girl looks at her mother, a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), as she cooks...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A girl looks at her mother, a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto, as she cooks inside a room in...
A girl looks at her mother, a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), as she cooks inside a room in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 16, 2010. The hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement, who now live in the building. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, is occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTXUQ9U
November 17, 2010
Irazi Vieira (C), from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), holds Luiza Da Silva, as...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Vieira, from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto holds Da Silva, as her mother Gercina watches inside a room...
Irazi Vieira (C), from Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), holds Luiza Da Silva, as her mother Gercina Da Silva (L) watches, after giving her a bath inside a room in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 16, 2010. The hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement, who now live in the building. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, is occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTXUQ9O
November 17, 2010
Children, relatives of a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), eat inside a...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Children, relatives of a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto, eat inside a room in the former Brazilian...
Children, relatives of a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement), eat inside a room in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 16, 2010. The hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement, who now live in the building. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, is occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTXV4FW
November 27, 2010
Elenita Santos, 28, a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement) washes the dishes...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Santos, a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto washes the dishes as her daughter Clarice looks on...
Elenita Santos, 28, a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement) washes the dishes as her daughter Clarice Santos de Souza, 9, looks on in the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 24, 2010. The Santos de Souza family left the northeastern state of Bahia three years ago for Sao Paulo where Vanderlan and his wife Elenita make a living by recycling cardboard and metal scraps. Their daughters had to skip school for two periods this year after being evicted twice. The former hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement and they were evicted by a court order on Thursday. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, had been occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. Picture taken on November 24, 2010. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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November 27, 2010
Vanderlan de Souza (L), 30, a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement) rests with...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Vanderlan de Souza, a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto, rests with his daughter Clarice on their...
Vanderlan de Souza (L), 30, a member of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement) rests with his daughter Clarice Santos de Souza, 9, on their bed inside a room in the early morning hours, before their eviction from the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 25, 2010. The Santos de Souza family left the northeastern state of Bahia three years ago for Sao Paulo where Vanderlan and his wife Elenita make a living by recycling cardboard and metal scraps. Their daughters had to skip school for two periods this year after being evicted twice. The former hotel, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement and they were evicted by a court order on Thursday. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, had been occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. Picture taken on November 25, 2010. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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November 25, 2010
Members of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement) shout slogans in the early morning from...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Members of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto shout slogans in the early morning from the balconies of the...
Members of Brazil's Movimento dos Sem-Teto (Roofless Movement) shout slogans in the early morning from the balconies of the former Brazilian Palace Hotel in downtown Sao Paulo November 25, 2010, to protest against their eviction. The building, which spans 15 storeys, was taken over about two months ago by 1,200 people from the movement. Each of the 43 suites of the hotel, which was in operation until the 1980s, has been occupied by at least nine people, usually from the same family. The occupants will be evicted by court order later in the day. Sao Paulo currently has about 14,000 people living on the streets, with more than half of them in the city centre, according to local media. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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