Feb. 24, 2014 - Madrid, Spain - Jonathan Diaz, right, checks his cell phone as he waits to the police to evict him and his family in Madrid, Spain, Monday, Feb. 24, 2014. Antonia Ortega Lobo, 50, and her husband Santiago Diaz Jara, 53, live with their sons and a daughter: Kevin, 18 years old, Veronica, 23 years old, both unemployed. Older brother Jonathan, 23 years old, his wife and their one year old baby, had provisionally moved out because of the eviction notice. The family survive on the state benefit of 430 euros ($590) which Santiago Diaz Jara receives, after losing his job in 2008, work

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Feb. 24, 2014 - Madrid, Spain - Jonathan Diaz, right, checks his cell phone as he waits to the police to evict him and his family in Madrid, Spain, Monday, Feb. 24, 2014. Antonia Ortega Lobo, 50, and her husband Santiago Diaz Jara, 53, live with their sons and a daughter: Kevin, 18 years old, Veronica, 23 years old, both unemployed. Older brother Jonathan, 23 years old, his wife and their one year old baby, had provisionally moved out because of the eviction notice. The family survive on the state benefit of 430 euros ($590) which Santiago Diaz Jara receives, after losing his job in 2008, work
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Feb. 24, 2014 - Madrid, Spain - Jonathan Diaz, right, checks his cell phone as he waits to the police to evict him and his family in Madrid, Spain, Monday, Feb. 24, 2014. Antonia Ortega Lobo, 50, and her husband Santiago Diaz Jara, 53, live with their sons and a daughter: Kevin, 18 years old, Veronica, 23 years old, both unemployed. Older brother Jonathan, 23 years old, his wife and their one year old baby, had provisionally moved out because of the eviction notice. The family survive on the state benefit of 430 euros ($590) which Santiago Diaz Jara receives, after losing his job in 2008, working for 27 years in the construction sector. They occupied the apartment and have tried to negotiate to pay a low protected rent to the state housing company IVIMA but the company demands their eviction. (Credit Image: © Rodrigo Garcia/NurPhoto/ZUMAPRESS.com)