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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EVICTIONS
RTXAY3MX 
March 29, 2021 
A 48-hour eviction notice from the Essex County Constables Office received by a resident sits on a table... 
Chelsea, UNITED STATES 
Residents seek assisstance to avoid eviction at La Colaborativa in Chelsea 
A 48-hour eviction notice from the Essex County Constables Office received by a resident sits on a table at La Colaborativa, which offers housing assistance to those facing eviction amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Chelsea, Massachusetts, U.S., March 23, 2021. According to a recent report from the U.S. Census bureau, about "one in six households that used unemployment insurance reported that it was very likely that they would experience eviction or foreclosure in the next two months." Picture taken March 23, 2021. REUTERS/Brian Snyder 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EVICTIONS
RTXAY281 
March 29, 2021 
A mother, who asked not to be identified because of her immigration status, waits in the hallway after... 
Chelsea, UNITED STATES 
Residents seek assisstance to avoid eviction at La Colaborativa in Chelsea 
A mother, who asked not to be identified because of her immigration status, waits in the hallway after applying for help with her rent payment at La Colaborativa, which offers housing assistance to those facing eviction amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Chelsea, Massachusetts, U.S., March 23, 2021. According to a recent report from the U.S. Census bureau, about "one in six households that used unemployment insurance reported that it was very likely that they would experience eviction or foreclosure in the next two months." Picture taken March 23, 2021. REUTERS/Brian Snyder 
USA-DETROIT/PROPERTY
RTX1XWGV 
December 09, 2015 
Darin McLeskey, real estate agent and investor, stands outside a townhouse, he purchased as an investment,... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
Darin McLeskey, real estate agent and investor, stands outside a townhouse, he purchased as an investment,... 
Darin McLeskey, real estate agent and investor, stands outside a townhouse, he purchased as an investment, that was going into foreclosure, in Detroit, Michigan December 3, 2015. Buying a property in Detroit a few years ago seemed like a steal for overseas investors – as little as a few thousand dollars would get them a house in a city that had hit rock bottom and could only see better times. Yet the promise turned into a nightmare for many and stories of properties vandalized, ransacked, left untended and un-rentable have sapped the interest from overseas buyers, real estate brokers say. To match Insight USA-DETROIT/PROPERTY Picture taken December 3, 2015. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook 
VENEZUELA-COLOMBIA/
RTX1PJ3Y 
August 25, 2015 
A man walks past a house accommodating people who do not possess proper documentation to live in Venezuela,... 
San Antonio, Venezuela 
A man walks past a house accommodating people who do not possess proper documentation to live in Venezuela... 
A man walks past a house accommodating people who do not possess proper documentation to live in Venezuela, which has been marked for demolition during a special deployment, at San Antonio in Tachira state, Venezuela, August 24, 2015. Venezuela has stepped up deportations of Colombians, in some cases separating children from their parents, since President Nicolas Maduro ordered the closure of two border crossings last week, Colombia's migration office said on Monday. REUTERS/Carlos Eduardo Ramirez 
VENEZUELA-COLOMBIA/
RTX1PJ3C 
August 25, 2015 
A man carries his belongings next to the houses of people who do not possess proper documentation to... 
San Antonio, Venezuela 
A man carries his belongings next to houses of people who do not possess proper documentation to live... 
A man carries his belongings next to the houses of people who do not possess proper documentation to live in Venezuela, which have been marked for demolition during a special deployment, at San Antonio in Tachira state, Venezuela, August 24, 2015. Venezuela has stepped up deportations of Colombians, in some cases separating children from their parents, since President Nicolas Maduro ordered the closure of two border crossings last week, Colombia's migration office said on Monday. REUTERS/Carlos Eduardo Ramirez 
VENEZUELA-COLOMBIA/
RTX1PJ3B 
August 25, 2015 
A woman stands in front of the houses of people who do not possess proper documentation to live in Venezuela,... 
San Antonio, Venezuela 
A woman stands in front of the houses of people who do not possess proper documentation to live in Venezuela... 
A woman stands in front of the houses of people who do not possess proper documentation to live in Venezuela, which have been marked for demolition during a special deployment, at San Antonio in Tachira state, Venezuela, August 24, 2015. Venezuela has stepped up deportations of Colombians, in some cases separating children from their parents, since President Nicolas Maduro ordered the closure of two border crossings last week, Colombia's migration office said on Monday. REUTERS/Carlos Eduardo Ramirez 
VENEZUELA-COLOMBIA/
RTX1PJ2T 
August 25, 2015 
A man walks past the belongings and ruins of houses of people who do not possess proper documentation... 
San Antonio, Venezuela 
A man walks past the belongings and ruins of houses of people who do not possess proper documentation... 
A man walks past the belongings and ruins of houses of people who do not possess proper documentation to live in Venezuela, which have been demolished during an special deployment, at San Antonio in Tachira state, Venezuela, August 24, 2015. Venezuela has stepped up deportations of Colombians, in some cases separating children from their parents, since President Nicolas Maduro ordered the closure of two border crossings last week, Colombia's migration office said on Monday. REUTERS/Carlos Eduardo Ramirez 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CALAIS
RTX1N1HM 
August 04, 2015 
African migrants carry their possessions as they walk away from "The New Jungle" camp in Calais, France,... 
Calais, France 
African migrants carry their possessions as they walk away from "The New Jungle" camp in Calais 
African migrants carry their possessions as they walk away from "The New Jungle" camp in Calais, France, August 4, 2015. Many of the camp's inhabitants stay there during daylight hours, prior to heading for the Channel tunnel, where they attempt to illegally jump onto moving freight trains bound for Britain. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CALAIS
RTX1N1HI 
August 04, 2015 
African migrants carry their possessions as they walk away from "The New Jungle" camp in Calais, France,... 
Calais, France 
African migrants carry their possessions as they walk away from "The New Jungle" camp in Calais 
African migrants carry their possessions as they walk away from "The New Jungle" camp in Calais, France, August 4, 2015. Many of the camp's inhabitants stay there during daylight hours, prior to heading for the Channel tunnel, where they attempt to illegally jump onto moving freight trains bound for Britain. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls 
USA-HOUSING/FORECLOSURE
RTX1E9S6 
May 23, 2015 
An empty foreclosed home sits in the town of Rochelle Park in Bergen County, New Jersey, March 25, 2015.... 
ROCHELLE PARK, UUNITED STATES 
Empty foreclosed home sits in the town of Rochelle Park in Bergen County, New Jersey 
An empty foreclosed home sits in the town of Rochelle Park in Bergen County, New Jersey, March 25, 2015. A surge in bank repossessions of properties in April 2015 pushed overall foreclosure activity across the U.S. to an 18-month high, according to a report by industry firm RealtyTrac released on May 21, 2015. Florida had the highest foreclosure rates in April 2015, followed by Nevada, Maryland, and New Jersey, RealtyTrac said. Picture taken March 25, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar 
USA-HOUSING/FORECLOSURE
RTX1E9S1 
May 23, 2015 
A disconnected electric meter hangs from the side of an empty foreclosed home in the town of Rochelle... 
ROCHELLE PARK, UUNITED STATES 
Disconnected electric meter hangs from the side of an empty foreclosed home in the town of Rochelle Park... 
A disconnected electric meter hangs from the side of an empty foreclosed home in the town of Rochelle Park in Bergen County, New Jersey, March 25, 2015. A surge in bank repossessions of properties in April 2015 pushed overall foreclosure activity across the U.S. to an 18-month high, according to a report by industry firm RealtyTrac released on May 21, 2015. Florida had the highest foreclosure rates in April 2015, followed by Nevada, Maryland, and New Jersey, RealtyTrac said. Picture taken March 25, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar 
USA-HOUSING/FORECLOSURE
RTX1E9JC 
May 23, 2015 
A row of abandoned homes is seen in East Orange, New Jersey, March 25, 2015. A surge in bank repossessions... 
ROCHELLE PARK, UNITED STATES 
Row of abandoned homes is seen in East Orange, New Jersey 
A row of abandoned homes is seen in East Orange, New Jersey, March 25, 2015. A surge in bank repossessions of properties in April 2015 pushed overall foreclosure activity across the U.S. to an 18-month high, according to a report by industry firm RealtyTrac released on May 21, 2015. Florida had the highest foreclosure rates in April 2015, followed by Nevada, Maryland, and New Jersey, RealtyTrac said. Picture taken March 25, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar 
USA-HOUSING/FORECLOSURE
RTX1E9GI 
May 23, 2015 
Locks are seen on the front door of an empty abandoned home in East Orange, New Jersey, March 25, 2015.... 
EAST ORANGE, UUNITED STATES 
Locks are seen on the front door of an empty abandoned home in East Orange New Jersey 
Locks are seen on the front door of an empty abandoned home in East Orange, New Jersey, March 25, 2015. A surge in bank repossessions of properties in April 2015 pushed overall foreclosure activity across the U.S. to an 18-month high, according to a report by industry firm RealtyTrac released on May 21, 2015. Florida had the highest foreclosure rates in April 2015, followed by Nevada, Maryland, and New Jersey, RealtyTrac said. Picture taken March 25, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar 
USA-HOUSING/FORECLOSURE
RTX1E990 
May 23, 2015 
A row of empty abandoned homes is seen in East Orange, New Jersey, March 25, 2015. A surge in bank repossessions... 
EAST ORANGE, UNITED STATES 
Row of empty abandoned homes is seen in East Orange, New Jersey 
A row of empty abandoned homes is seen in East Orange, New Jersey, March 25, 2015. A surge in bank repossessions of properties in April 2015 pushed overall foreclosure activity across the U.S. to an 18-month high, according to a report by industry firm RealtyTrac released on May 21, 2015. Florida had the highest foreclosure rates in April 2015, followed by Nevada, Maryland, and New Jersey, RealtyTrac said. Picture taken March 25, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar 
USA-HOUSING/FORECLOSURES
RTX1E92A 
May 23, 2015 
A broken doorbell hangs from the front entrance of an empty foreclosed home in the town of Rochelle Park... 
ROCHELLE PARK, UNITED STATES 
Broken doorbell hangs from the front entrance of an empty foreclosed home in the town of Rochelle Park... 
A broken doorbell hangs from the front entrance of an empty foreclosed home in the town of Rochelle Park in Bergen County, New Jersey, March 25, 2015. A surge in bank repossessions of properties in April 2015 pushed overall foreclosure activity across the U.S. to an 18-month high, according to a report by industry firm RealtyTrac released on May 21, 2015. Florida had the highest foreclosure rates in April 2015, followed by Nevada, Maryland, and New Jersey, RealtyTrac said. Picture taken March 25, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar 
USA-HOUSING/FORECLOSURE
RTX1E91I 
May 23, 2015 
A boarded-up foreclosed home sits empty in the town of Ridgefield in Bergen County, New Jersey, March... 
Ridgefield, UNITED STATES 
Boarded-up foreclosed home sits empty in the town of Ridgefield in Bergen County, New Jersey 
A boarded-up foreclosed home sits empty in the town of Ridgefield in Bergen County, New Jersey, March 25, 2015. A surge in bank repossessions of properties in April 2015 pushed overall foreclosure activity across the U.S. to an 18-month high, according to a report by industry firm RealtyTrac released on May 21, 2015. Florida had the highest foreclosure rates in April 2015, followed by Nevada, Maryland, and New Jersey, RealtyTrac said. Picture taken March 25, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar 
USA-HOUSING/FORECLOSURE
RTX1E90R 
May 23, 2015 
A boarded-up foreclosed home sits empty in the town of Ridgefield in Bergen County, New Jersey, March... 
Ridgefield, UUNITED STATES 
Boarded-up foreclosed home sits empty in the town of Ridgefield in Bergen County, New Jersey 
A boarded-up foreclosed home sits empty in the town of Ridgefield in Bergen County, New Jersey, March 25, 2015. A surge in bank repossessions of properties in April 2015 pushed overall foreclosure activity across the U.S. to an 18-month high, according to a report by industry firm RealtyTrac released on May 21, 2015. Florida had the highest foreclosure rates in April 2015, followed by Nevada, Maryland, and New Jersey, RealtyTrac said. Picture taken March 25, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar 
USA-HOUSING/FORECLOSURE
RTX1E8YF 
May 23, 2015 
A foreclosed home for sale sits empty in Rochelle Park in Bergen County, New Jersey, March 25, 2015.... 
ROCHELLE PARK, UNITED STATES 
Foreclosed home for sale sits empty in Rochelle Park in Bergen County, New Jersey 
A foreclosed home for sale sits empty in Rochelle Park in Bergen County, New Jersey, March 25, 2015. A surge in bank repossessions of properties in April 2015 pushed overall foreclosure activity across the U.S. to an 18-month high, according to a report by industry firm RealtyTrac released on May 21, 2015. Florida had the highest foreclosure rates in April 2015, followed by Nevada, Maryland, and New Jersey, RealtyTrac said. Picture taken March 25, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar 
USA-HOUSING/FORECLOSURE
RTX1E8Y5 
May 23, 2015 
A foreclosed home for sale sits empty in Rochelle Park in Bergen County, New Jersey, March 25, 2015.... 
ROCHELLE PARK, UNITED STATES 
Foreclosed home for sale sits empty in Rochelle Park in Bergen County, New Jersey 
A foreclosed home for sale sits empty in Rochelle Park in Bergen County, New Jersey, March 25, 2015. A surge in bank repossessions of properties in April 2015 pushed overall foreclosure activity across the U.S. to an 18-month high, according to a report by industry firm RealtyTrac released on May 21, 2015. Florida had the highest foreclosure rates in April 2015, followed by Nevada, Maryland, and New Jersey, RealtyTrac said. Picture taken March 25, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar 
USA-HOUSING/FORECLOSURE
RTX1E8RJ 
May 23, 2015 
A foreclosed home for sale sits empty in Rochelle Park in Bergen County, New Jersey, March 25, 2015.... 
ROCHELLE PARK, UUNITED STATES 
Foreclosed home for sale sits empty in Rochelle Park in Bergen County, New Jersey 
A foreclosed home for sale sits empty in Rochelle Park in Bergen County, New Jersey, March 25, 2015. A surge in bank repossessions of properties in April 2015 pushed overall foreclosure activity across the U.S. to an 18-month high, according to a report by industry firm RealtyTrac released on May 21, 2015. Florida had the highest foreclosure rates in April 2015, followed by Nevada, Maryland, and New Jersey, RealtyTrac said. Picture taken March 25, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar
CAMBODIA-PROTEST/
RTR4MVSY 
January 26, 2015 
Housing rights defenders shout from a window as they arrive to the appeals court in Phnom Penh, January... 
Phnom Penh, Cambodia 
Housing rights defenders shout from window as they arrive to the appeals court in Phnom Penh 
Housing rights defenders shout from a window as they arrive to the appeals court in Phnom Penh, January 26, 2015. Ten housing rights defenders and a Buddhist monk, all jailed after peaceful protests in Cambodia's capital Phnom Penh in November last year, heard their appeal verdict today after authorities accused them last year of obstructing public traffic and insulting public officials. REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4GG60 
December 02, 2014 
ATTENTION EDITORS - SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN... 
Madrid, Spain 
A boy reacts as he looks out from his window to watch Jose Antonio Giraldo Zacarias and anti-eviction... 
ATTENTION EDITORS - SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN
A boy reacts as he looks out from his window to watch Jose Antonio Giraldo Zacarias, 44, and anti-eviction activists celebrate the postponement of Giraldo's eviction in Madrid December 2, 2014. Giraldo Zacarias, a former landscape worker for 28 years, stopped making his rent payments to the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) in 2011, when he became unemployed. His apartment, where he lives with his son after he separated from his wife, was sold by the EMVS to a private investor company that raised the monthly rent by almost two hundred euros, Giraldo says.Their eviction was postponed until January 9, 2015 thanks to the help of the Mortgage Victims Platform (PAH).
REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY REAL ESTATE BUSINESS) 
FRANCE-ART/
RTR4BGBD 
October 24, 2014 
Alain Le Yaouanc, a 74-year-old French artist, displays a photo which shows himself (L) and French poet... 
Paris, France 
Alain Le Yaouanc, a 74-year-old French artist, poses in his apartment and studio in Paris 
Alain Le Yaouanc, a 74-year-old French artist, displays a photo which shows himself (L) and French poet and novelist Louis Aragon (R) as he poses in his apartment and studio in Paris October 23, 2014. Le Yaouanc, whose works have been shown with some of the important names in 20th century art, Miro, Max Ernst, Picasso and Giacometti, was evicted from his apartment on Friday as his unpaid debts increased. Picture taken October 23, 2014. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY) 
FRANCE-ART/
RTR4BG7Z 
October 24, 2014 
Alain Le Yaouanc, a 74-year-old French artist, sits on a sofa in the courtyard of his building after... 
Paris, France 
Alain Le Yaouanc, a 74-year-old French artist, sits on a sofa in the courtyard of his building after... 
Alain Le Yaouanc, a 74-year-old French artist, sits on a sofa in the courtyard of his building after he was evicted from his apartment and studio October 24, 2014 in Paris. Le Yaouanc, whose works have been shown with some of the important names in 20th century art, Miro, Max Ernst, Picasso and Giacometti, was evicted as his unpaid debts increased. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
Spanish Crisis
Spanish Crisis 
Evictions - 24 Oct 2014 
24 PICTURES 
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR45EEB 
September 08, 2014 
Samira Ali (L) is comforted by an anti-eviction activist inside her home before learning that her eviction... 
Madrid, Spain 
Samira Ali is comforted by an anti-eviction activist inside her home before learning that her eviction... 
Samira Ali (L) is comforted by an anti-eviction activist inside her home before learning that her eviction had been temporally suspended, in the outskirts of Madrid September 8, 2014. Ali, 24, and her husband Otman, 25, have been occupying the house, that belongs to Goldman Sachs-Azora for the last nine months. She is unemployed and her husband earns about 450 Euros in a part-time job. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY BUSINESS REAL ESTATE) 
SPAIN/
RTR3W2T4 
June 27, 2014 
Anti-eviction activists embrace and cry after the eviction of a family in Madrid June 27, 2014. Jorge... 
Madrid, Spain 
Anti-eviction activists embrace and cry after the eviction of a family in Madrid 
Anti-eviction activists embrace and cry after the eviction of a family in Madrid June 27, 2014. Jorge Manuel Aviles, 57, and his wife Yolanda De Diego, 26, lived in the home that belongs to Kutxabank with their three sons, who are nine and three years and about 20 days old. The family has been occupying the house for the last nine months. Both parents are currently unemployed and are living on subsidies. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY) 
SPAIN/
RTR3Q61I 
May 21, 2014 
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN

Yolanda... 
Madrid, Spain 
Yolanda de Diego celebrates with her sons Elias and Alex and anti-eviction activists, after learning... 
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN

Yolanda de Diego (R), who is 39 weeks pregnant, celebrates with her sons Elias and Alex (R) and anti-eviction activists, after learning that her eviction had been temporally suspended, in Madrid May 21, 2014. De Diego, 26, lives in the home with her husband Jorge Manuel Aviles, 57, and their two sons, who are three and nine years old. The family has been occupying the house for the last eight months. Both parents are currently unemployed and are living on subsidies. The eviction has been suspended for about a month due to De Diego's pregnancy and the family is trying to negotiate with Kutxabank for a social rent. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY) 
U.S. Financial Crisis
U.S. Financial Crisis 
California's Bankrupt Cities - 14 May 2014 
19 PICTURES 
SPAIN/
RTR3MMLP 
April 25, 2014 
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN... 
Madrid, Spain 
Ludwing, son of Luis Gregorio Paulino Hernandez and Suleyra Marilin Trinidad, leans on a wall as he waits... 
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN
Thirteen-year-old Ludwing, son of Luis Gregorio Paulino Hernandez and Suleyra Marilin Trinidad, leans on a wall as he waits for his family's eviction in Madrid April 25, 2014. Trinidad's husband Luis Gregorio Paulino Hernandez signed a lease for 350 euros per month for an apartment in Madrid where the family moved last November. In February they received an eviction notice demanding them to vacate the property, which belongs to Spanish nationalized lender Bankia. "I was deceived. I signed a false contract with someone who pretended to be the rightful owner of the flat, but wasn't. Later I found out that the same thing had happened to other people", Paulino Hernandez says. The family tried to negotiate with Bankia to stay in the home and pay social rent, but to no avail. Paulino Hernandez lost his job in construction almost two years ago and his unemployment benefits have run out. Both him and his wife live on doing occasional odd jobs, him as a computer technician and her as a house cleaner, but they don't make enough money to rent an apartment in the free market and put food on the table, Paulino Hernandez says. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY REAL ESTATE TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
SPAIN/
RTR3KV72 
April 11, 2014 
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN... 
Madrid, Spain 
Dayana Chasi Saavedra looks through window after news that their eviction was not going to be carried... 
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN

Dayana Chasi Saavedra, 3, looks through the window after news that their eviction was not going to be carried out, in Madrid April 11, 2014. Listeh Saavedra, 22, lives in the home with her husband Jimmy Chasi Sanguna, their two daughters, her in-laws and her brothers-in-law. The Chasi Sanguna family, who moved to Spain from Ecuador, are facing eviction as they were unable to keep up with their mortgage payments, after all family members lost their jobs in the construction and auto repair sectors between 2010 and 2011. Currently, only one of the sons, Franklin Chasi Sanguna, is employed, and his brother Henri does the occasional odd job. Their eviction was not carried out in the end because the family reached a last minute agreement with Spanish nationalized lender Bankia to leave their home within a month, and move to a Bankia social rent flat at 150 euros per month, Franklin Chasi Sanguna said. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
SPAIN/
RTR3I22V 
March 21, 2014 
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN

Liseth... 
Madrid, Spain 
Liseth Saavedra looks out the window as her daughter Daniela sleeps while they wait for the judicial... 
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN

Liseth Saavedra looks out the window as her daughter Daniela sleeps while they wait for the judicial commission to carry out their eviction in Madrid March 21, 2014. Saavedra, 22, lives in the home with her husband Jimmy Chasi Sanguna, their two daughters, her in-laws and her brothers-in-law, Henri and Franklin. The Chasi Sanguna family, which came from Ecuador, faces eviction as they were unable to keep up with the mortage. Franklin and Henri lost their jobs in construction in 2010 and went on to work in their father's auto shop, which went out of business in 2011. Currently, only Franklin is employed, as a car painter three months ago, and Henri does the occasional odd job. Their eviction by Spanish nationalized lender Bankia has been postponed to April 11 due to a lack of police officers to carry it out, according to the judicial commission, Franklin said. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS POLITICS) 
SPAIN/
RTR3G49N 
March 06, 2014 
Isabel Morales Bachiller (L), 35, reacts next to a television screen with Spanish Prime Minister Mariano... 
Madrid, Spain 
Isabel Morales Bachiller, 35, reacts before learning that the eviction of her family has been temporarily... 
Isabel Morales Bachiller (L), 35, reacts next to a television screen with Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy seen on it, before learning that the eviction of her family has been temporarily suspended in Madrid March 6, 2014. Morales, her husband Amalio Barrul Jimenez, 41, and their three children have been occupying the house that belongs to Spanish nationalized lender Bankia for about two years. Both parents are currently unemployed and they live on subsidies. The eviction was temporarily suspended due to ongoing negotiations with the bank. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY) 
SPAIN/
RTR3G06Q 
March 04, 2014 
Claudia, a roommate of Andres Gonzalez Manzano, sleeps wrapped in a blanket next to their belongings... 
Madrid, Spain 
Claudia, a roommate of Manzano, sleeps wrapped in a blanket next to their belongings at their building's... 
Claudia, a roommate of Andres Gonzalez Manzano, sleeps wrapped in a blanket next to their belongings and a couple of friends at their building's lobby after they were evicted from the apartment Manzano was renting in Madrid March 3, 2014. Manzano, a former construction worker and private guard who is 33% disabled in his right arm, stopped making his rent payments to the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) in October 2010, soon after his wife passed away. Manzano says he gets 426 euros ($585) per month from the state, but his monthly rent is 568 euros ($780) and he cannot afford to pay it. His apartment, where he was living with three other unemployed people, was sold by the EMVS to a private investor company who carried out his eviction on Monday. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
SPAIN/
RTX199RV 
February 21, 2014 
Eva Borja Jimenez, 35, waits for the judicial commission to carry out her eviction in Madrid, February... 
Madrid, Spain 
Eva Borja Jimenez waits for the judicial commission to carry out her eviction in Madrid 
Eva Borja Jimenez, 35, waits for the judicial commission to carry out her eviction in Madrid, February 21, 2014. Borja Jimenez and her husband Arturo Suarez Cadiz, 35, have been occupying a flat of Madrid's Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for the past sixteen years. The flat was owned by a relative of theirs who moved away in 1998 leaving a housing debt behind. The couple moved into his vacant apartment, fixed it and raised their three children there. Everyone in the family is currently unemployed and struggle to find odd jobs.Since their unemployment benefits have run out, the couple, who are expecting their fourth child, get by peddling clothes in street markets. The EMVS has not been willing to negotiate with them on the payment of social rent for the flat, on the grounds that they are squatting. Their eviction was postponed until April 11 thanks to the help of the Mortgage Victims Platform (PAH). REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY REAL ESTATE BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
SPAIN/
RTX199RQ 
February 21, 2014 
Isabel Cadiz Maya, 62, prays next to the photo of her late husband Jose as she waits for the judicial... 
Madrid, Spain 
Isabel Cadiz Maya prays next to the photo of her late husband Jose as she waits for the judicial commission... 
Isabel Cadiz Maya, 62, prays next to the photo of her late husband Jose as she waits for the judicial commission to carry out the eviction of her son Arturo Suarez Cadiz and his family in Madrid, February 21, 2014. Arturo Suarez Cadiz, 35, and his wife Eva Borja Jimenez, 35, have been occupying a flat of Madrid's Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for the past sixteen years. The flat was owned by a relative of theirs who moved away in 1998 leaving a housing debt behind. The couple moved into his vacant apartment, fixed it and raised their three children there. Everyone in the family is currently unemployed and struggle to find odd jobs. Since their unemployment benefits have run out, the couple, who are expecting their fourth child, get by peddling clothes in street markets. The EMVS has not been willing to negotiate with them on the payment of social rent for the flat, on the grounds that they are squatting. Their eviction was postponed until April 11 thanks to the help of the Mortgage Victims Platform (PAH). REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY REAL ESTATE BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
SPAIN/
RTX186AP 
February 03, 2014 
Two anti-eviction activists share a moment after finding out that the eviction of Maria Jose Alonso Serrano,... 
Madrid, Spain 
Two anti-eviction activists share a moment after finding out that the eviction of Maria Jose Alonso Serrano... 
Two anti-eviction activists share a moment after finding out that the eviction of Maria Jose Alonso Serrano, 45, had been suspended in Madrid February 3, 2014. Alonso Serrano, who's been out of a job for almost two years after being diagnosed with breast cancer, stopped making her rent payments last July. She receives 375 euros per month from the state, but that is not enough to pay for rent and food. Alonso Serrano shares the apartment with two friends of hers and the son of one of them. They are also unemployed and have no other housing alternatives. The eviction was finally suspended with the help of members of the Mortgage Victim's Platform (PAH). REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY) 
SPAIN/
RTX186AM 
February 03, 2014 
Olga Lopez Buitrago cries next to a friend after finding out that her eviction had been suspended in... 
Madrid, Spain 
Olga Lopez Buitrago cries next to a friend after finding out that her eviction had been suspended in... 
Olga Lopez Buitrago cries next to a friend after finding out that her eviction had been suspended in Madrid February 3, 2014. Lopez Buitrago moved with her 5-year-old son to the home her friend Maria Jose Alonso Serrano was renting in Madrid. Alonso Serrano, who's been out of a job for almost two years after being diagnosed with breast cancer, stopped making her rent payments last July. She receives 375 euros per month from the state, but that is not enough to pay for rent and food. Alonso Serrano shares the apartment with Lopez Buitrago, her son, and friend Silvia Asensio Duque. They are also unemployed and have no other housing alternatives. The eviction was finally suspended with the help of members of the Mortgage Victim's Platform (PAH). REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY) 
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December 11, 2013 
John Jairo Nanez Betancur reacts as he waits to get evicted from his home in Madrid December 11, 2013.... 
Madrid, Spain 
Nanez Betancur reacts as he waits to get evicted from his home in Madrid 
John Jairo Nanez Betancur reacts as he waits to get evicted from his home in Madrid December 11, 2013. Nanez Betancur, who came from Colombia, bought a house in Madrid in 2005, but in 2010 he was fired from his job as a telemarketing operator and stopped being able to afford his mortgage payments. He was currently sharing his flat with an unemployed couple and their daughter. Their eviction by Spanish nationalized lender Bankia was carried out despite efforts of anti-eviction activists to stop it. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
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December 11, 2013 
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Nicole... 
Madrid, Spain 
Nicole Marin, 4, sits surrounded by some of her family's belongings as she prepares to leave her home... 
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Nicole Marin, 4, sits surrounded by some of her family's belongings as she prepares to leave her home before her family's eviction in Madrid December 11, 2013. Marin lives with her mother Betsi Ojeda and partner Jose Arcila at the flat of John Jairo Nanez Betancur. Nanez Betancur, who came from Colombia, bought a house in Madrid in 2005, but in 2010 he was fired from his job as a telemarketing operator and stopped being able to afford his mortgage payments. Their eviction by Spanish nationalized lender Bankia was carried out despite efforts of anti-eviction activists to stop it. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
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November 29, 2013 
Carmen Carmona reacts as she waits to get evicted by the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) in... 
Madrid, Spain 
Carmona reacts as she waits to get evicted by the EMVS in Madrid 
Carmen Carmona reacts as she waits to get evicted by the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) in Madrid November 29, 2013. Carmona lived with her mother Pilar Amador, two brothers and nephew in the social rent flat in Madrid, since the family moved there in 1998. Most of the adults in the family do not hold a steady job, and the family fell behind with rent payments. The EMVS sent the family an eviction notice, despite their attempt to repay their outstanding debts. The family was able to postpone their eviction on two previous occasions, but EMVS finally went ahead with the eviction on Friday. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY REAL ESTATE) 
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October 08, 2013 
Maira Jumbo, who holds dual citizenship in Spain and Ecuador, reacts next to her husband Francisco Masiche... 
Madrid, Spain 
Maira Jumbo reacts next to her husband as they wait for the judicial commission before learning that... 
Maira Jumbo, who holds dual citizenship in Spain and Ecuador, reacts next to her husband Francisco Masiche as they wait for the judicial commission before learning that their family's eviction had been suspended, at their home in Madrid October 8, 2013. Maira Jumbo, who works as a part-time cleaner, and her husband, unemployed, received an eviction notice as they could not afford their mortgage payments to Spanish nationalized lender Bankia from 2011. The couple lives in the house with their three-year-old son Erik. REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY BUSINESS REAL ESTATE EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY POVERTY) 
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October 07, 2013 
Ramiro Ortiz Bermudez looks his belongings at the flat roof after learning that the family's eviction... 
Madrid, Spain 
Ramiro Ortiz Bermudez looks his belongings at the flat roof after learning that the family's eviction... 
Ramiro Ortiz Bermudez looks his belongings at the flat roof after learning that the family's eviction had been suspended, in Madrid October 7, 2013. Ramiro Ortiz and his wife Aura Nelly Restrepo bought a house in 2003. But in 2011 Aura Nelly was fired from her job as a bakery worker and Ramiro Ortiz lost his job as a caretaker in 2012 and could not afford to pay the mortgage. REUTERS/Juan Medina(SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST REAL ESTATE EMPLOYMENT) 
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October 03, 2013 
Carolina Gonzalez, 39, and her three and four-year-old children stand in a street with their dogs and... 
Malaga, Spain 
Gonzalez and her children stand in a street with their dogs and belongings after Spanish riot police... 
Carolina Gonzalez, 39, and her three and four-year-old children stand in a street with their dogs and belongings after Spanish riot police evicted them from an unoccupied building of flats in Malaga, southern Spain October 3, 2013. A total of 13 families, included 12 children, had occupied the building since February. Members from various support platforms failed to stop the eviction and three activists were arrested when they refused to leave the roof of building, according to local media. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS REAL ESTATE SOCIETY) ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN 
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September 27, 2013 
Hazar Abbara hugs her neighbour Angeles Romero Fernandez (R) on a bed outside the apartment where Romero... 
Madrid, Spain 
Abbara hugs neighbour Romero Fernandez on bed outside apartment where Romero Fernandez and family were... 
Hazar Abbara hugs her neighbour Angeles Romero Fernandez (R) on a bed outside the apartment where Romero Fernandez and her family were evicted from two days ago in Madrid September 27, 2013. Rodriguez Romero lived with her husband, daughter and parents in a social rent flat of the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) in Madrid. With everyone out of job, the family fell behind with the payments resulting in debt. Despite paying off their debt, the EMVS told them to move out, Rodriguez Romero says. The family lives on benefits for the disabled (Rodriguez Romero's mother suffers from bipolar syndrome and her father has a degenerative disease) as well as Rodriguez Romero's father's pension. Their eviction was executed two days ago, on September 25, 2013, despite efforts of anti-eviction activists to stop it. Abbara is also at risk of being evicted from her home. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY REAL ESTATE BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST) 
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September 27, 2013 
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Maria... 
Madrid, Spain 
Maria and husband Ferrer sleep next to daughter outside apartment where they were evicted from two days... 
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Maria Isabel Rodriguez Romero and her husband Benigno Ferrer (under white blanket) sleep next to their daughter Maria Isabel Ferrer Rodriguez, 8, (top L) outside the apartment where they were evicted from two days ago in Madrid September 27, 2013. Rodriguez Romero lived with her husband, daughter and parents in a social rent flat of the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) in Madrid. With everyone out of job, the family fell behind with the payments resulting in debt. Despite paying off their debt, the EMVS told them to move out, Rodriguez Romero says. The family lives on benefits for the disabled (Rodriguez Romero's mother suffers from bipolar syndrome and her father has a degenerative disease) as well as Rodriguez Romero's father's pension. Their eviction was executed two days ago, on September 25, 2013, despite efforts of anti-eviction activists to stop it. An anti-eviction activist and her daughter (L, bottom) are seen sleeping next to the Rodriguez Romero family while others sit nearby (top). REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY REAL ESTATE BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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September 13, 2013 
Rafael Hilario Gomez Garcia, 41, who came from Peru, takes a rest with anti-eviction activists from the... 
Madrid, Spain 
Gomez Garcia takes a rest with anti-eviction activists inside his house as they wait for decision about... 
Rafael Hilario Gomez Garcia, 41, who came from Peru, takes a rest with anti-eviction activists from the Mortgage Victims Platform (PAH) inside his house as they wait for the judicial commission to decide about his eviction, in Madrid September 13, 2013. Gomez Garcia's eviction was eventually suspended due to his lawyer's ongoing negotiations with nationalized lender Bankia in an effort to guarantee a lower and more affordable rent for his social rent flat. REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST REAL ESTATE BUSINESS) 
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September 12, 2013 
A worn-out Dolores Ferrer, 34, lies on a rug in the commons area of her apartment building after news... 
Madrid, Spain 
A worn-out Dolores Ferrer, 34, lies on a rug in the commons area of her apartment building after news... 
A worn-out Dolores Ferrer, 34, lies on a rug in the commons area of her apartment building after news that her eviction had been put off indefinitely in Madrid September 12, 2013. Ferrer, a victim of domestic violence, lives in a tiny flat owned by Madrid's Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) that she occupied 17 years ago with the man who became her husband, father of her two children and her abuser and who is serving a jail sentence. Ferrer became unemployed two years ago and struggles to put food on the table. She tried to negotiate with the EMVS to pay a social low rent, but to no avail. However, a judge ordered her eviction to be put off indefinitely the day before it was scheduled to be carried out. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS REAL ESTATE) 
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July 24, 2013 
Susana Santiago Montoya cries in her apartment as her eviction is carried out in Madrid July 24, 2013.... 
Madrid, Spain 
Susana Santiago Montoya cries in her apartment as her eviction is carried out in Madrid 
Susana Santiago Montoya cries in her apartment as her eviction is carried out in Madrid July 24, 2013. Santiago Montoya, 26, her husband Angel Gimenez de la Rosa, 26, and their two sons (10 and 7 years old) had been squatting for the past year in a social rent flat of the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) in Madrid. Unemployed and unable to afford rent, Santiago and Gimenez de la Rosa resorted to occupying a two-bedroom apartment that had gone vacant. Several activists were detained as they were trying to stop the eviction, which ended up being carried out despite their efforts to stop it. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS REAL ESTATE) 
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June 14, 2013 
Pilar Amador (R) and her daughter Carmen Carmona (C) are greeted by anti-eviction activists after learning... 
Madrid, Spain 
Pilar Amador and her daughter Carmen Carmona are greeted by anti-eviction activists after learning that... 
Pilar Amador (R) and her daughter Carmen Carmona (C) are greeted by anti-eviction activists after learning that Amador's eviction by the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) was postponed in Madrid June 14, 2013. Amador currently lives with one of her sons and three of her grandchildren in a social rent flat in Madrid, where most of her children and grandchildren were raised since she moved there in 1998. Most of the adults in the family don't hold a steady job, and they were sent an eviction notice at the beginning of the month. The eviction was finally postponed until September after negotiations between Amador's lawyer and the help of anti-eviction activists. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY REAL ESTATE BUSINESS) 
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June 14, 2013 
Packed belongings are reflected in a mirror as Carmen Carmona holds her granddaughter Joana before learning... 
Madrid, Spain 
Packed belongings are reflected in a mirror as Carmen Carmona holds her granddaughter Joana before learning... 
Packed belongings are reflected in a mirror as Carmen Carmona holds her granddaughter Joana before learning that her mother's eviction by the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) was postponed in Madrid June 14, 2013. Pilar Amador, Carmen's mother, currently lives with one of her sons and three of her grandchildren in a social rent flat in Madrid, Amador currently lives with one of her sons and three of her grandchildren in a social rent flat in Madrid, where most of her children and grandchildren were raised since she moved there in 1998. Most of the adults in the family don't hold a steady job, and they were sent an eviction notice at the beginning of the month. The eviction was finally postponed until September after negotiations between Amador's lawyer and the help of anti-eviction activists. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY REAL ESTATE BUSINESS) 
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June 14, 2013 
Sandra Vazquez holds her daughter Joana before learning that her grandmother's eviction by the Municipal... 
Madrid, Spain 
Sandra Vazquez holds her daughter Joana before learning that her grandmother's eviction by the Municipal... 
Sandra Vazquez holds her daughter Joana before learning that her grandmother's eviction by the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) was postponed in Madrid June 14, 2013. Pilar Amador, Sandra's grandmother, currently lives with one of her sons and three of her grandchildren in a social rent flat in Madrid, where most of her children and grandchildren like Sandra were raised since she moved there in 1998. The family, with most of its adults lacking a steady job, was sent an eviction notice at the beginning of the month. The eviction was finally postponed until September after negotiations between Amador's lawyer and the help of anti-eviction activists. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY REAL ESTATE BUSINESS) 
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June 04, 2013 
Carmen Contreras feeds her niece Ainhoa as her brother Jose and sister Libertad look out of their window... 
Madrid, Spain 
Carmen Contreras feeds her niece as her siblings look out of their window at police officers waiting... 
Carmen Contreras feeds her niece Ainhoa as her brother Jose and sister Libertad look out of their window at police officers waiting to carry out their eviction by the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) in Madrid June 4, 2013. Contreras lives with her parents, four other siblings, her niece and her in-laws in a social rental flat in northern Madrid since 2005. None of the adults in the family hold a steady job. The family fell behind on their monthly rent payments and were sent an eviction notice. "How can they evict a family for owing 463 euros ($605)?" says her mother Carmen Acedo del Lago. In the end the eviction was postponed by the EMV till June 25. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY REAL ESTATE BUSINESS) 
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June 04, 2013 
Jose Contreras, 16, leans on his younger brother Manuel, 11, as they look out of their window at police... 
Madrid, Spain 
A boy leans on his younger brother as they look out of their window at police officers waiting to carry... 
Jose Contreras, 16, leans on his younger brother Manuel, 11, as they look out of their window at police officers waiting to carry out their eviction by the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) in Madrid June 4, 2013. The children live with their parents, three other siblings, their niece and in-laws in a social rental flat in northern Madrid since 2005. None of the adults in the family hold a steady job. The family fell behind on their monthly rent payments and were sent an eviction notice. "How can they evict a family for owing 463 ($605) euros?" says their mother Carmen Acedo del Lago. In the end, the eviction was postponed by the EMVS till June 25. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY REAL ESTATE BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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June 04, 2013 
Manuel Contreras, 11, kisses his niece Ainhoa, as his mother Carmen Acedo del Lago cries before learning... 
Madrid, Spain 
A boy kisses his niece as his mother cries before learning that their eviction was postponed in Madrid... 
Manuel Contreras, 11, kisses his niece Ainhoa, as his mother Carmen Acedo del Lago cries before learning that their eviction by the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) was postponed in Madrid June 4, 2013. Acedo del Lago, her husband, their five children, two sons-in-law and their four-month-old granddaughter share a social rental flat in northern Madrid since 2005. None of the adults in the family hold a steady job. The family fell behind on their monthly rent payments and were sent an eviction notice. "How can they evict a family for owing 463 euros ($605)?" says Acedo del Lago. In the end, the eviction was postponed by the EMVS until next June 25. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY REAL ESTATE BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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May 10, 2013 
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USA-HOUSING/ - Map of the U.S. showing foreclosure rates by state. Activity hit a six-year low in April. (SIN05) 
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May 07, 2013 
Lawyer Paul Monzione who is representing his brother, Stephen, in his foreclosure, talks in his office... 
Wolfeboro, UNITED STATES 
Lawyer Monzione speaks in his office in Wolfeboro 
Lawyer Paul Monzione who is representing his brother, Stephen, in his foreclosure, talks in his office in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire April 11, 2013. During the crazy days of the housing bubble in 2006, bankers created a bond called MABS 2006-FRE1. The instrument gave buyers the right to payments on the subprime housing loans of nearly 2,000 borrowers, including Stephen Monzione. Picture taken April 11, 2013. To match Special Report USA-QE3/MABS. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
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February 26, 2013 
Marcheline Rosero, 45, disabled from the effects of polio as a child in Ecuador, sits on her bed in her... 
Madrid, Spain 
Marcheline Roser sits on her bed in her flat in Madrid 
Marcheline Rosero, 45, disabled from the effects of polio as a child in Ecuador, sits on her bed in her flat in Madrid December 17, 2012. She and her family escaped eviction from their small Madrid flat when she fell behind on mortgage payments two years ago, and lender Bankia repossessed it. The unemployed 45-year-old, confined to a wheelchair by childhood polio, reached an agreement to stay by paying the bank a nominal rent of 240 euros per month.
But under the existing law she still owes most of a 222,000 euro home loan even after handing the property - now valued at 60,000 euros - back to Bankia. "I've got a debt there that I haven't paid back that is accumulating interest," says the former office clerk, greeting her three children as they return from school. Picture taken December 17, 2012. To match Insight SPAIN/MORTGAGE-REFORM REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS REAL ESTATE) 
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February 19, 2013 
Ted Phillips (R), executive director of United Community Housing Coalition (UCHC), a non-profit organization... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
Phillips, executive director of UCHC, a non-profit organization that helps stricken homeowners, advises... 
Ted Phillips (R), executive director of United Community Housing Coalition (UCHC), a non-profit organization that helps stricken homeowners, advises two residents whose rental home went into foreclosure during a public help session at Cobo Center in Detroit, Michigan February 1, 2013. Throughout its long decline, Detroit has sought ways to restore to its former glory a city that was home to 1.8 million people, pinning its hopes on grandiose plans for the automotive industry or casinos. With just 700,000 people left, ambitions are now focused on making less populated neighborhoods viable and repurposing land, perhaps for urban farming. Where the cash-strapped city can't provide, grassroots groups and investors help fill the gaps. Picture taken February 1, 2013. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT) 
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February 19, 2013 
Detroit resident Arthur Barnes stands in front of his home he regained with the help of the United Community... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
Detroit resident Barnes stands in front of his home he regained with the help of the United Community... 
Detroit resident Arthur Barnes stands in front of his home he regained with the help of the United Community Housing Coalition after losing it to tax foreclosure in a once thriving westside neighborhood in Detroit, Michigan January 24, 2013. Throughout its long decline, Detroit has sought ways to restore to its former glory a city that was home to 1.8 million people, pinning its hopes on grandiose plans for the automotive industry or casinos. With just 700,000 people left, ambitions are now focused on making less populated neighborhoods viable and repurposing land, perhaps for urban farming. Where the cash-strapped city can't provide, grassroots groups and investors help fill the gaps. Picture taken January 24, 2013. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY POLITICS) 
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