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September 17, 2013 
Candles are placed next to the chalk outline of a dead body during a protest called by members of the... 
Madrid, Spain 
Candles are placed next to chalk outline during protest called by members of the PAH in solidarity with... 
Candles are placed next to the chalk outline of a dead body during a protest called by members of the Mortgage Victims Platform (PAH) in solidarity with the family of Amparo Amador Carbonell, who committed suicide in Madrid on Tuesday, outside the headquarters of Madrid's Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) September 17, 2013. Amparo Amador Carbonell, 45, her husband, six children and two grand-children were living at a social rent flat owned by the EMVS since 1989. According to a spokesperson from the Mortgage Victims Platform (PAH), the family had fallen behind with the payments and were served a notice saying that their tenancy agreement would not be renewed as of October 19, even though they had managed to collect the 900 euros they owed. The banner reads, "Murderers, EMVS." REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS REAL ESTATE POVERTY CIVIL UNREST) 
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