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January 28, 2011
Obdulia Sanz, 92, covers her face to prevent the hair spray from getting in her eyes as hairdresser Cristina...
Madrid, Spain
Obdulia Sanz, 92, covers her face to prevent the hair spray from getting in her eyes as hairdresser Cristina...
Obdulia Sanz, 92, covers her face to prevent the hair spray from getting in her eyes as hairdresser Cristina Moreno, 33, fixes Sanzs' hair at Moreno's hairdressing salon in Madrid January 28, 2011. Spain's government will approve an increase in the retirement age, from 65 at present to 67 years, on Friday, raising it to one of the highest in Europe as it tries to convince markets it can reform its economy and cut its deficit. "Elderly women used to come here every week to have their hair done, but now many come less often because they are afraid their pensions will continue shrinking", Moreno says. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
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