Spaniards march on against harsh austerity measures on July 19. Parliament on Thursday approved a package of 65 billion euros ($80 billion) of spending cuts and tax hikes as part of measures to avert a full European bail-out, bringing more hardship in a severe economic downturn in a nation where one in four are jobless.

Spaniards march on against harsh austerity measures on July 19. Parliament on Thursday approved a package of 65 billion euros ($80 billion) of spending cuts and tax hikes as part of measures to avert a full European bail-out, bringing more hardship in a severe economic downturn in a nation where one in four are jobless.

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