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Greta Thunberg sails from the USA aboard a catamaran to Spain: NPR

Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg waves to Europe on Wednesday from Hampton, Virginia on the catamaran La Vagabonde. Nicholas Kamm / AFP about Getty Images Hide caption Caption switch Nicholas Kamm / AFP on Getty Images Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg waves aboard the catamaran La Vagabonde as she sets sail from Hampton, Virginia on Wednesday. Nicholas Crest / AFP …

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Elections in Spain: In four years elections for the fourth vote will be opened

Image Rights Reuters Caption Acting Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez is expected to regain minority status Voters in Spain are returning to the elections for a fourth general election in as many years. After the last elections in April, the ruling Socialist Party (PSOE) won most seats, but missed the majority and was elected out of commission. Spain has not had …

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The "Last Neanderthal Necklace" was found in Spain

Eagle claws are considered the first materials from which Neanderthals make jewelry. This practice spread in southern Europe about 120,000 and 40,000 years ago. Researchers have now found evidence for the use of eagle claws in ornamental plants in the Iberian Peninsula. An article published on the cover of the journal Science Advances reports on the results that took place …

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The Châtelperron Neanderthals of Cova Foradada (Calafell, Spain) used imperial eagle phalanges for symbolic purposes

Abstract References to the symbolic behavior of Neanderthals in the use of personal ornaments are relatively rare. Among the few proven ornaments, the eagle claws probably used as a pendant are the most commonly detected. This phenomenon seems to be concentrated in a specific area of ​​southern Europe over a period of 80,000 years. Here we present the analysis of …

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Francisco Franco's exhumation takes place in Spain

The Spanish government announced this week that Franco's remnants of the great mausoleum in which he was buried in 1975 will be brought to the nearby Mingorrubio State Cemetery in El Pardo, 19 km north of Madrid, where his wife is buried. Despite the government's refusal to authorize two demonstrations, around 200 Franco followers protested to the exhumation in a …

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Spain exhumes Franco after a long and bitter battle

MADRID – The Spanish government began on Thursday to exhume the remains of former dictator Francisco Franco from the underground basilica that he had built after defeating the civil war in his country. The move has sparked criticism that he will dissolve old cracks in Spanish society only two weeks before a national election. The exhumation took place after a …

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Spain sentences Catalan separatists to 13 years

MADRID – The Spanish Supreme Court on Monday sentenced former leaders of the Catalan independence movement to long prison terms after being found guilty in 2017 of the uproar. Catalonia's former deputy chairman Oriol Junqueras received the toughest sentence: 13 years in prison. Carles Puigdemont, the former Catalan leader, lived in self-imposed exile in Belgium and avoided being prosecuted in …

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World Cup: Spain likes Asia – News

Spain has won two World Basketball Championship medals and both are gold medals won in Asia. The first was in Tokyo in 2006 and the second in Beijing this week. Marc Gasol and Rudy Fernandez were members of both teams, and there is a third man involved in both wins. Jorge Garbajosa was in the squad in 2006 and is …

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Spain World Cup win, US woes blow Olympic basketball wide open

BEIJING: The Tokyo 2020 Olympic basketball league looks wide open after reigning champions the United States has triumphed and Argentina surprised. World Cup bronze medalists France, and Australia, who were out of the crowd Advertisement And not forgetting Serbia, who along with Gregg Popovich's young Team USA were the favorites in China The Tokyo Games are just over 10 months …

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Storm brings the highest rainfall in parts of eastern Spain world news

Parts of eastern Spain received the strongest rainfall in some places on Thursday, when storms wreaked havoc and destroyed at least two people. Regional Rescue Service Reports a 51-Year-Old Woman The 61-year-old brother had been found dead in an upset car that had washed away the flood in Caudete, about 100 km south of Valencia, reported the private Spanish news …

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