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February 24, 2014
Maria Antonia Ortega Lobo (2nd R), 50, receives a letter from the IVIMA (Madrid Housing Institute) delivered...
Madrid, Spain
Maria Antonia Ortega Lobo receives a letter from the IVIMA delivered by a postwoman as they wait for...
Maria Antonia Ortega Lobo (2nd R), 50, receives a letter from the IVIMA (Madrid Housing Institute) delivered by a postwoman as they wait for the judicial commission to carry out the eviction of the family in Madrid, February 24, 2014. Santiago Diaz Jara, 53, his wife Ortega Lobo and their four children have been occupying the flat that belongs to the IVIMA for the past 13 years. The flat was rented by a relative of theirs who died about six years ago. Everyone in the family is currently unemployed and they live on subsidies. The IVIMA has not been willing to negotiate with them to pay social rent for the flat on the grounds that they are squatting. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY BUSINESS)
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