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Justice across -- walking off -- job fighting planned budget cuts -- -- coordinated general strike this is video out of Madrid.
Demonstrations were violent there strikers bringing factories and transportation.
To a near standstill in countries like Spain Portugal Italy Greece Belgium.
Kellogg watches it from the.
I was now in London -- have brought the folks the protesters.
To the streets today Amy.
Well bill they're just saying enough is enough in this is the first time that we have seen coordinated.
Pan European protests so it does sort of upped the ante here now.
It is caused headaches for people all across Europe hundreds of flights have been canceled businesses are closed nurses are on strike depending on which country.
-- -- how badly people have been affected it got very rough in Spain today she saw Spain after -- Is it is in in real trouble the biggest country on the continent that's in crisis with one in four people out of work.
Some people -- -- really felt their situation is too precarious to strikes out many of them war.
Orange wrist bands to show solidarity and some shopkeepers did not want to close altogether -- that kind of lowered their grills as strikers went past and then wasted them up -- the coast is clear and it.
-- game of cat and mouse in Italy there -- demonstrations up and down the country.
Pensions are one of the biggest issues in that country in many cases retirement age is gone from 62 to 67 in some cases.
69 and that of course -- shattering dreams of some older people looking forward to retirement as young people suffer in their own lane including one of in three of them -- are out of work.
Did it is quite remarkable to anything about that Spain -- 45% unemployment really.
It blows your mind you wonder where this go ahead is and how would end so Amy thank you we'll be watching it from this side of the Atlantic Amy Kellogg there in London today.
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