A 23-year-old Australian woman was gored in the chest on the final day of Spain’s annual San Fermin bull-running festival. She is in a “very serious” condition, local authorities said.
Three Spaniards and one American were also injured on Sunday, authorities said. Two of the Spaniards were described as having “light” injuries, while the diagnosis for the other two runners had not yet been released. Read more from Reuters.
Photo: An unidentified 23-year-old Australian woman falls in between bulls after getting gored by a Miura fighting bull during the last running of the bulls of the San Fermin festival in Pamplona, Spain, on July 14, 2013. (Alex Zugaza / Reuters)
Photo: A swimmer jumps in the cold water off Barcelona, Spain, as he takes part in the 103rd Christmas Cup swim on Dec. 25. About 400 people participated in the 200-meter race in Barcelona’s Old Harbor. (Josep Lago / AFP - Getty Images)
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Spain announced a 65 billion euro ($79.85 billion) austerity package that includes tax hikes and spending cuts on Wednesday, a day after it won approval from its euro partners for a huge bailout of the country’s stricken banks.
Photo: A demonstrator bleeds as she is detained by riot police during a coal miners’ march to the Minister of Industry building in Madrid on July 11. Coal miners angered by huge cuts in subsidies converged on Madrid for protest rallies. (Andres Kudacki / AP)