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March 03, 2014
Abraham Carmona (L), 24, walks with an anti-eviction activist to a branch of Spanish nationalized lender...
Madrid, Spain
A man walks with an anti-eviction activist to a branch of Bankia before learning that the eviction of...
Abraham Carmona (L), 24, walks with an anti-eviction activist to a branch of Spanish nationalized lender Bankia before learning that the eviction of his family has been temporarily suspended in Madrid March 3, 2014. Carmona, his wife Marina Maya, 24, and their daughter Amparo, 5, have been occupying the flat that belongs to Spanish nationalized lender Bankia for about 18 months. Both parents are currently unemployed and they live on subsidies. The eviction was temporarily suspended due to ongoing negotiations with the bank. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY)
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