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November 05, 2012
Five-year-old Moises Echevarria tries to gets his father's attention while they watch a bulldozer demolish...
Madrid, Spain
Five-year-old Moises Echevarria tries to gets his father's attention while they watch a bulldozer demolish...
Five-year-old Moises Echevarria tries to gets his father's attention while they watch a bulldozer demolish their home behind a line of riot police at the Spanish gypsy settlement of Puerta de Hierro outside Madrid February 15, 2012. The Echevarrias are among the 54 families that have been living in Puerta de Hierro, on the banks of the Manzanares river, north of Madrid for over 50 years. The settlers are registered with the town hall and have access to public services, but for the past two years they have been subject to evictions under Madrid's town planning board orders, on the grounds that the dwellings are illegal. Some of the eldest members of the community, the ones that had been living at Puerta de Hierro longest, have been entitled to relocation in social rent flats in the city, but often their children and grand-children have been denied the same right, leaving them homeless. The relatives whose houses are still standing take them in while the debris keeps piling up around them as more demolitions take place. Picture taken February 15, 2012. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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