Anti-austerity protests sweep across Europe
European Union’s arranged a crescendo of anti-austerity complaints across the continent Wednesday, sending workers ranging from Greek doctors to Spanish bus drivers to Lithuanian engineers out to vent over job cuts, higher taxes, soaring joblessness and lesser pension.

One man even infertile the entrance to the Irish assembly with a cement truck, decrying the countries huge bank bailouts with blood red slogan like "Toxic Bank" and "All politicians should be sacked."

Influence of demonstrators clad in bright red, green and blue union jackets marched through Brussels toward European Union buildings, aiming to emphasize the impact of Spain's first countrywide strike in eight years.

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