TO GO WITH AFP STORY 'Spain's 'indignant : News Photo

TO GO WITH AFP STORY 'Spain's 'indignant

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TO GO WITH AFP STORY 'Spain's 'indignants', divided, to retake the streets' by Gabriel Rubio and Elodie Cuzin (FILES) This file picture dated May 19, 2011 shows a general view of the Puerta del Sol square in Madrid during a protest against Spain's economic crisis and its sky-high jobless rate. A year after taking Spain's streets and squares and sparking a global uprising against economic injustice, the 'indignants' are plotting a comeback. The activists, who once led hundreds of thousands into the streets, are launching a four-day protest May 12-15, ending on the anniversary of the movement's birth in Madrid's Puerta del Sol. AFP PHOTO / PEDRO ARMESTRE (Photo credit should read PEDRO ARMESTRE/AFP/GettyImages)
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TO GO WITH AFP STORY 'Spain's 'indignants', divided, to retake the streets' by Gabriel Rubio and Elodie Cuzin (FILES) This file picture dated May 19, 2011 shows a general view of the Puerta del Sol square in Madrid during a protest against Spain's economic crisis and its sky-high jobless rate. A year after taking Spain's streets and squares and sparking a global uprising against economic injustice, the 'indignants' are plotting a comeback. The activists, who once led hundreds of thousands into the streets, are launching a four-day protest May 12-15, ending on the anniversary of the movement's birth in Madrid's Puerta del Sol. AFP PHOTO / PEDRO ARMESTRE (Photo credit should read PEDRO ARMESTRE/AFP/GettyImages)
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