Immigrants fight for justice in Spain

Ecuadorians coaxed into buying homes they could not afford, take their case to the courts amid a grave economic crisis.

    Thousands of Ecuadorian immigrants in Spain have not been able to keep up with home-loan repayments amid an economic crisis.

    Many were allegedly coaxed by agents into buying homes they could not afford, as the immigrants were an easy prey.

    Al Jazeera's Jona Hull reports from Madrid on their quest for justice in the country with Europe's highest unemployment rate.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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