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Mirjava Memetovic holds her daughters Kristina (left) and Laura, in front of their makeshift home in Palilula, a neighborhood of Belgrade, Serbia. They are Roma, also known as Gypsies, and were expelled in 2012 from the center of Belgrade to make way for new apartments and office buildings. Because Memetovic had no identity documents, she was sent with her daughters to her native village in the south of the country, but soon returned as she had no way to survive there. She and her daughters beg for money at a fast food restaurant near their squatter settlement.