Several rights groups accused the local authorities of “violating legislation and trampling the dignity of Roma inhabitants ... by forcibly evicting hundreds of them” and relocating them in buildings belonging to Cuprom, a copper processing plant closed down over pollution concerns. - Photo's by AFP
A Roma boy climbs on the top of a house, torn down by local authorities, in Craica.
A Roma child sleeps in a broken down house.
A Roma child sits on a couch in her new home inside a former processing plant turned into a housing project in Baia Mare.
A Roma woman and her child guard their belongings before relocating, after several ramshackle houses were torn down by local authorities in Craica.
Roma people look on as authorities prepare to tear down several ramshackle houses in Craica, a shantytown on the outskirts of Baia Mare.
A Roma child runs as a bulldozer prepares to tear down a ramshackle house in Craica.
A Roma girl, wearing women's boots, crosses a bridge in Craica. Several rights groups accused the local authorities of ?violating legislation and trampling the dignity of Roma inhabitants.
Roma children pose as they spend time outside their houses in Craica. Local authorities forcibly evicted hundreds of people and are relocating them in buildings belonging to Cuprom, a copper processing plant closed down due to pollution concerns.
Children's toys hang on a door next to the belongings of a Roma family, after bulldozers tore down a ramshackle house.