Dimitar "Mitko" Todorov, a Roma from the Bulgarian city of Plevna, warms himself at an open fire in a former ice factory that serves his home in Berlin, December 4, 2013. Mitko keeps a tidy squat, a ... more 
Dimitar "Mitko" Todorov, a Roma from the Bulgarian city of Plevna, warms himself at an open fire in a former ice factory that serves his home in Berlin, December 4, 2013. Mitko keeps a tidy squat, a tartan blanket on the bed and his clothes stowed away. Lit by candles, heated by a gas canister and padlocked when he is out, it is the 39-year-old Roma's haven inside an old graffiti-covered ice factory in Berlin. For many European Union politicians, Mitko and his neighbours in the squalid Eisfabrik are a warning of what will happen next year when Romania and Bulgaria get full access to the job market - and welfare systems - of Europe. Picture taken December 4, 2013. To match story EUROPE IMMIGRATION/EAST REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) less 
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