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Spain recession bites migrant workers

Europe's worsening economic conditions trap North Africans who found steady work in agriculture in Almeria province.

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Many Moroccans and other North Africans have left home to seek better opportunities abroad. Some travelled to Spain's southern Almeria province to find steady work in agriculture. But now they are suffering because of Europe's economic recession.

Al Jazeera's Karl Penhaul reports from Almeria in Spain.

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