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November 17, 2011
Villager Ionel Nalbaru, 38, looks on as his wife Genoveva, 35, heats up the oven to bake home made bread...
HREASCA, Romania
Villager Ionel Nalbaru looks on as his wife Genoveva heats up the oven to bake home made bread inside...
Villager Ionel Nalbaru, 38, looks on as his wife Genoveva, 35, heats up the oven to bake home made bread inside their kitchen in Hreasca, northeast of Bucharest, November 17, 2011. Romania is the European Union's second poorest country, with an average wage of less than 400 Euro per month. The government imposed harsh austerity measures last year, including wage cuts and a value added tax hike, which have helped the country keep its debt under control but have made life ever more difficult for normal people. About 80% of the unemployed village population in Hreasca ekes out a living from state aid. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY)
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