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3 Dec. 2013
Maria Antonia Navarro Vargas tries to clean the smoke... more
3 Dec. 2013
Madrid, Spain
Maria Antonia Navarro Vargas tries to clean the smoke pipe for better ventilation inside the shack where she lives with her husband and four children in Madrid December 3, 2013. Maria Antonia's family belongs to one of the 13 Spanish gypsy families who are at risk of having their homes demolished by orders of Madrid's Town Hall. The families, whose members are mostly unemployed, have lived in shacks they built themselves in a small settlement in northern Madrid for more than ten years. They say they have not been offered any housing alternatives by Madrid's Town Hall and that the city's town planning board wants to evict them to make way for future plans to build a road on the land they occupy. The demolition of their homes has been held off so far due to the efforts of the Victims' Mortgage Platform (PAH). REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY POLITICS)
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