epa03216926 Spanish National Policemen arrest a 'indignant' who resisted to evacuate Puerta del Sol square in Madrid, center Spain, early 13 May 2012. Police arrested 18 of the nearly 200 'indignants' from the 15-M movement who refused to leave the gathering at Puerta del Sol. A year after the 'indignants' protests, all groups that started the 15-M movement gathered and protested on 12 May at various cities all over the country to remember their 'indignation' is still the same and to stress that now there are even more reasons to protest against the austerity measures approved by the Government. Spain is suffering the OECD highest unemployment rate of 24 per cent in the first quarter of 2012. EPA/LUCA PIERGIOVANI
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