Homeless

Residents of the house of Vinzirast "Mittendrin" are pictured in Vienna...A combination photo shows the first residents of the 'Vinzirast Mittendrin' housing project, Gereon, Christin, Gerald, Benjamin, Meike, Malamine, Shabi, Christine (clockwise from top L) and project founder Cecily Corty (C) posing for portraits in the stairwell of the building in Vienna May 23, 2013. The 'Vinzirast Mittendrin' housing project, where students and homeless people live and work together, took three years to be realised and is entirely funded by private donations. The ten shared flats with 27 places to sleep and a cafe on the ground floor was opened in May this year in a house which had remained empty for many years. The fixed rent per person is around 300 Euros a month. There is also the possibility of working in the cafe. Picture taken May23.   REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger  (AUSTRIA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)

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Residents of the “Vinzirast Mittendrin” house are pictured in Vienna. The photo montage shows the portraits of the first residents of the Vinzirast Mittendrin housing project in the stairwell of the building in Vienna, Austria

Rohingya women sit in front of their rel...Rohingya women sit in front of their relief tent at the Mansi Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp on the outskirts of Sittwe on May 15, 2013. A cyclone threatening to lash low-lying coastal areas of Bangladesh and Myanmar appears to have weakened, but still poses a risk to more than eight million people, according to the UN.  AFP PHOTO / SOE THAN WINSoe Than WIN/AFP/Getty Images

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Rohingya women sit in front of their relief tent at the Mansi Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp on the outskirts of Sittwe on Wednesday. A cyclone threatening to lash low-lying coastal areas of Bangladesh and Myanmar appears to have weakened, but still poses a risk to more than 8 million people, according to the UN. 

A homeless family rests on their cart, which they use to earn their living by gathering recyclable materials, near Manila's Makati financial district April 24, 2013.  Poverty incidence in the Philippines has remained unchanged despite the 6.6 percent economic growth rate that the country posted last year, the National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB) said on Tuesday. In a news briefing, NSCB Secretary General Jose Ramon Albert said that poverty incidence among population was estimated at 27.9 percent during the first semester of 2012.

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A homeless family rests on their cart near Manila’s Makati financial district. They use their cart to earn a living by gathering recyclable materials. Poverty incidence in the Philippines has remained unchanged despite the 6.6 per cent economic growth rate that the country posted last year, the National Statistical Co-ordination Board said on Tuesday.