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Protestas en Madrid contra la reforma laboral

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  • Agentes policiales reducen a uno de los manifestantes cerca del Congreso

    Policemen arrest a protester during clashes following a demonstration organized by Spain's "indignant" protesters at the Puerta del Sol square in Madrid on February 10, 2012, hours after Spain's right-leaning government unveiled a labour reform. The number of jobless people in Spain shot above five million at the end of 2011, sending the unemployment rate to 22.85 percent -- double the European average and the highest in the industrialized world. Placard reads "Against the labour reform." AFP PHOTO / DOMINIQUE FAGET

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  • Spanish National Police officers in riot gear struggle with a protester during a demonstration against labour reform in Madrid

    Un manifestante y ocho agentes han resultado heridos durante la carga

    Spanish National Police officers in riot gear struggle with a protester during a demonstration against labour reform in central Madrid February 10, 2012. Spain cut severance pay for workers on Friday and watered down collective bargaining rights, giving more power to employers as it attempts to kick start its moribund jobs market and slash Europe's highest unemployment rate. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)

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