Immigrants look: Elsewhere as Spain’s unemployment rate skyrockets

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MALAGA, Spain — In 2000 Yasmina Bencherif moved with her parents from their home in Morocco to La Garriga, a town in the outskirts of Barcelona. She was one of many in that decade to look toward Spain for their future.

“For my father, making it to Spain represented the opportunity to provide a better future to his children, to study and to access a job,” she said, adding that finding a job in Europe was “paradise.”

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