People walk by a banner reading "Rubbish mortgage" and a drawing of a banker reading "They even rescued me" during a protest against evictions outside Bankia's headquarter in Madrid, Saturday, Nov. 10, 2012. A woman in Spain jumped to her death as bailiffs approached to evict her Friday from her fourth-floor apartment for failing to pay the mortgage, officials said. It was the second apparent suicide linked to evictions, and it further illustrates the dire conditions many Spaniards find themselves in as the country's economy sinks. The government recently created a task force to study how to reduce evictions because of the devastating personal impact of repossessions due to tough Spanish mortgage rules and growing unease among the public on the subject. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)

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People walk by a banner reading "Rubbish mortgage" and a drawing of a banker reading "They even rescued me" during a protest against evictions outside Bankia's headquarter in Madrid, Saturday, Nov. 10, 2012. A woman in Spain jumped to her death as bailiffs approached to evict her Friday from her fourth-floor apartment for failing to pay the mortgage, officials said. It was the second apparent suicide linked to evictions, and it further illustrates the dire conditions many Spaniards find themselves in as the country's economy sinks. The government recently created a task force to study how to reduce evictions because of the devastating personal impact of repossessions due to tough Spanish mortgage rules and growing unease among the public on the subject. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)
People walk by a banner reading "Rubbish mortgage" and a drawing of a banker reading "They even rescued me" during a protest against evictions outside Bankia's headquarter in Madrid, Saturday, Nov. 10, 2012. A woman in Spain jumped to her death as bailiffs approached to evict her Friday from her fourth-floor apartment for failing to pay the mortgage, officials said. It was the second apparent suicide linked to evictions, and it further illustrates the dire conditions many Spaniards find themselves in as the country's economy sinks. The government recently created a task force to study how to reduce evictions because of the devastating personal impact of repossessions due to tough Spanish mortgage rules and growing unease among the public on the subject. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)
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