Spain in crisis – Medical workers demonstrate in Madrid against the Spanish government's latest austerity measures to deal with Spain's crippling debt.
Spain in crisis – Protesters walk through smoke thrown by firemen and policemen during a demonstration of public service workers in Spanish Sevilla on September 29, 2012.
Spain in crisis – Protests against the budget cuts errupted again on Saturday September 29, 2012.
Spain PM under pressure – Spanish police officers attend a demonstration against government spending cuts in Madrid on October 2, 2012 .
Spain in crisis – Demonstrators confront police near the Spanish parliament during a protest against spending cuts and the government of Mariano Rajoy on September 29, 2012 .
Spain PM under pressure – Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy gives a press conference on September 11, 2012. The conference followed Finnish Prime Minister Jyrki Katainen backing Spain and calling the crisis "unfair."
Spain in crisis – Spanish workers take to the streets to demonstrate against the government's austerity measures on September 15, 2012 in Madrid.
Regional splits – Supporters of independence for Catalonia demonstrate on September 11, 2012 in Barcelona to mark the Spanish region's official day, amid protests over Spain's financial crisis.
Miners protest – The streets of Leon in northern Spain light up as thousands of coal miners march with their helmet lights on. The protest on June 12, 2012 was part of a nationwide miners' strike against subsidy reductions.
Bankia most indebted bank – A vampire puppet holding money is held by protesters outside Bankia's building Kio Tower in Plaza Castilla, on June 2, 2012 in Madrid
Demonstrations against austerity – Spanish miners burn tires during an anti-austerity demonstration in Vega del Rey, near Oviedo, in northern Spain on June 4, 2012.
'Indignant' challenge – A protester hits a pot while walking past the Bank of Spain on May 15, 2012 in Madrid, Spain. Spain's 'Indignants' prepared events across Spain to mark the anniversary of their movement.
Crowds gather – Protesters with Spain's Indignant movement attend a rally at Puerta del Sol on May 15, 2012 in Madrid, Spain. The movement was formed to protest against the economic crisis and high unemployment.
Health workers protest – Health workers in Seville protest against government austerity measures on June 12, 2012. The campaigners display banners saying 'Don't play with health' and 'More gowns and fewer ties.'
Spain's banks stumble – People demonstrate against Spain's banking sector in front of Bankia, on June 02, 2012. Bankia asked for €19 billion in aid.
Bankia's bailout – Commuters are reflected on the headquarters of Bankia SA on May 29, 2012 in Madrid, Spain. Spanish borrowing costs have increased after the government announced a rescue plan for Bankia involving more public debt.
Spain gets aid – Activists stage a performance depicting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and a banker outside the Congress of Deputies in Madrid on June 12, 2012. The demonstration came days after Spain secured a eurozone banking bailout of €100 billion euros ($125 billion).