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Spain's unemployment falls to 24-month low

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MADRID - The unemployment rate in Spain fell sharply in the second quarter slipping beneath 25.0-percent, official data showed on Thursday in a further sign that the country is pulling away from deep economic crisis. 

Jobseekers walk past an employment office in Madrid, on November 5, 2013

The rate fell by 1.45 percentage points and the number of people looking for work fell by 310,400, marking the biggest quarterly fall since the series of statistics began, the data showed.

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