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Topic - Labor Ministry
MADRID (AP) — The Labor Ministry says the number of people registered as unemployed in Spain fell by 107,570 in December, the best drop on record for the month and welcome news for an economy struggling to emerge from more than two years of recession.
An inspection confirmed Friday that there is no structural damage to the stands of the stadium hosting the World Cup opener and more than 1,300 workers are expected back at the building site at the start of next week, the construction company said.
Greek disability groups expressed anger Monday at a government decision to expand a list of state-recognized disability categories to include pedophiles, exhibitionists and kleptomaniacs.
The United States' top diplomat for Asia arrived Tuesday in China on a tour that will also take him to South Korea and Japan to discuss developments in North Korea after the death of Kim Jong-il.
Saudi Arabia says starting Thursday, only females can work in women's lingerie stores.