Anti-eviction activists shout slogans as they block the entrance to the building where Isabel Turreques, 59, lives in order to stop her eviction in Madrid January 16, 2014. Turreques and her husband, ... more 
Anti-eviction activists shout slogans as they block the entrance to the building where Isabel Turreques, 59, lives in order to stop her eviction in Madrid January 16, 2014. Turreques and her husband, who came from Ecuador, bought their home in Madrid in 2003. They stopped making their mortgage payments in 2011 when they both became unemployed. Her husband left for Ecuador in search for work, but Turreques stayed in Madrid. She does not hold a steady job and tries to get by, by taking care of a couple of elderly people a few hours per week. Her total monthly earnings are of 300 euros. Her eviction has been postponed temporarily due to ongoing negotiations with Spanish nationalized lender Bankia. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST) less 
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Reuters | Photo By SUSANA VERA / REUTERS
Thu, Jan 16, 2014 11:16 AM EST