Thursday, December 17, 2015

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy punched by teen at campaign event

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General elections occurring in Spain on Sunday favors Rajoy’s ruling People’s Party despite a failing economy and one of the highest youth unemployment rate in Europe; nearly half of the under-25 labor force is unemployed. Coincidence or not, social tensions are rising in Spain. At some point the world may take notice.





Headline: Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy punched by teen at campaign event

(CNN)Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy was dealt an eye-watering sucker punch by a teenager during a campaign event Wednesday.

The young man got up close to the Prime Minister, reportedly asking to take a photograph, before unleashing his left fist into the side of Rajoy's head.

The punch knocked Rajoy's glasses off of his face, leaving the leader of the People's Party bruised but otherwise "feeling good," he later said in a tweet.


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