Madrid Police Fire Rubber Bullets After Huge Austerity Protests

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Madrid Police Fire Rubber Bullets After Huge Austerity Protests

Eurozone ministers are expected to give their final approval of a huge bailout of Spanish banks on Friday. But in Madrid, police fired rubber-coated bullets to disperse protesters. They are angry at the latest budget cuts and tax hikes as demonstrations were held in 80 cities. Al Jazeera's Paul Brennan reports from the capital, Madrid.