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A Day like Today: Spreading the peculiar institution further south

A Day like Today: Spreading the peculiar institution further south

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Growing atheism in Spain

Growing atheism in Spain

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Whatever God sends is a blessing

Whatever God sends is a blessing

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Spain plans to invade Australia

Spain plans to invade Australia

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Israeli mortar fire kills Spanish peacekeeper

Israeli mortar fire kills Spanish peacekeeper

Update: Hezbollah kills two Israeli soldiers.

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Spanish official threatens to seize private property

Spanish official threatens to seize private property

At issue is a structure that has belonged to the Catholic Church since 1236.

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Islam's War on Christians: Report for November 2014

Islam's War on Christians: Report for November 2014

Obama administration has failed to specifically condemn the murder of Christians in Pakistan: burned alive.

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'Avenge Muhammed' cry Muslim terrorists at deadly attack in Paris

'Avenge Muhammed' cry Muslim terrorists at deadly attack in Paris

Graphic video records Muslim terrorist shooting fallen police officer in the head.

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Spanish abortion clinics dump patients' personal information

Spanish abortion clinics dump patients' personal information

Investigators in several Spanish provinces found personal information, including names, addresses, phone numbers, and identity numbers for women who had had abortions. Spanish authorities are suspected of complicity.

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Butron: buy your castle in Spain

Butron: buy your castle in Spain

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Honduras: Obama doesn't provide enough support to stem emigration of minors

Honduras: Obama doesn't provide enough support to stem emigration of minors

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Was football invented in Paraguay?

Was football invented in Paraguay?

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ISIS terrorist wants to return home to conquer Spain

ISIS terrorist wants to return home to conquer Spain

Muslim women from France, Germany, and Spain have travelled to Syria to join the Islamic State terror. Beheadings are okay with them.

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Liberia: nun dies of Ebola virus at quarantined hospital

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Fears of Ebola virus shut down a hospital in Liberia

Fears of Ebola virus shut down a hospital in Liberia

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Flamenco dancer priest wows Spanish Catholics

Flamenco dancer priest wows Spanish Catholics

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Former Spanish premier fears Venezuelan-style revolution in Spain

Former Spanish premier fears Venezuelan-style revolution in Spain

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Titanic survivors recall previously unknown gruesome details

Titanic survivors recall previously unknown gruesome details

Two sisters recount seeing 'Titanic' officers chopping off the hands of survivors grasping at lifeboats.

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Christians resist government seizure of their churches

Christians resist government seizure of their churches

Spanish Muslims have wanted to use Catholic churches for their own purposes. Spanish Socialists are seeking to seize churches and make them into public property.

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R.I.P.: Paco de Lucia, flamenco guitar legend

R.I.P.: Paco de Lucia, flamenco guitar legend

"The guitar drives me mad".

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Rabbi says Spain's offer of citizenship to Sephardic Jews is not enough

Rabbi says Spain's offer of citizenship to Sephardic Jews is not enough

Rabbi Pinchas Goldschmidt says an apology would be nice. Spain expelled Jews in 1492.

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Advertising firm besmirched by pro-paedophilia poster

Advertising firm besmirched by pro-paedophilia poster

French ad firm JCDecaux is in hot water for a poster that was displayed in Spain that advocated paedophilia. The firm says it is not responsible for the ad.

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Spanish climber sacrifices life for a friend

Spanish climber sacrifices life for a friend

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Twitter terrorist twit sentenced in Spain

Twitter terrorist twit sentenced in Spain

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On a day like today: New Barcelona of the Balkans

On a day like today: New Barcelona of the Balkans

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Spain's premier 'satisfied' with Obama's answers about NSA eavesdropping

Spain's premier 'satisfied' with Obama's answers about NSA eavesdropping

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Obama is expected to discuss NSA scandal with Spanish president

Obama is expected to discuss NSA scandal with Spanish president

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French government minister lectures Spain on abortion

French government minister lectures Spain on abortion

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Catholic bishop denounces razor wire to keep out immigrants

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For Sale: Spanish airport on the block at 10 percent of cost

For Sale: Spanish airport on the block at 10 percent of cost

The Ciudad Real airport, sometimes called the 'ghost airport', is being auctioned for a fraction of its cost, at the expense of taxpayers.

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Continued funding endangered for innovative Paraguayan university

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Twitter in Spanish grows as does Spanish language internet

Twitter in Spanish grows as does Spanish language internet

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Carlos Slim goes on petroleum buying spree in Spain

Carlos Slim goes on petroleum buying spree in Spain

Mexican plutocrat Carlos Slim, who owns Telmex and America Movil, among other telcom and finance interests, is moving definitely into the energy sector.

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Spain: 200 Africans assault border at Melilla

Spain: 200 Africans assault border at Melilla

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Bringing hope to the place where there is no hope

Bringing hope to the place where there is no hope

Hundreds of kids live in a slum next to Varanasi railway station in Uttar Pradesh, India. Sexually exploited and abused, kids live in unimaginable squalor where even the adults who exploit them have abandoned hope. Sister Manju intends to change that.

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More than 500 Spanish martyrs beatified

More than 500 Spanish martyrs beatified

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War of the mosques escalates in Spain

War of the mosques escalates in Spain

A city mayor in Spain has refused to bow to intimidation by Muslims in response to the breaking up of property illegally being used as a mosque. The city offered another property to Muslims for religious properties, but was refused.

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Spain: nude protesters interrupt Congress

Spain: nude protesters interrupt Congress

Femen protesters stripped and bared their breasts to support abortion rights in Spain, crying 'Abortion is sacred!'

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Families protest Spanish government crackdown on homeschooling

Families protest Spanish government crackdown on homeschooling

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Jesuits' leader says military response to Syria is 'abuse of power'

Jesuits' leader says military response to Syria is 'abuse of power'

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Oldest inland European fort of colonial North America found

Oldest inland European fort of colonial North America found

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Pope Francis condemns 'indifference' to illegal migrants' plight

Pope Francis condemns 'indifference' to illegal migrants' plight

Said Pope Francis, "The culture of well-being makes us think about ourselves, renders us insensitive to the cries of others", while denouncing the "globalization of indifference."

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De-Christianizing Spain and celebrating Islam

De-Christianizing Spain and celebrating Islam

Radical Islam is a growing threat in Spain, which was once dominated by Muslims. Modern jihadis continue to threaten terror in the name of Allah. Spain recently agreed that Moroccan children adopted by Spaniards must remain Muslim.

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Pope Francis recognizes 95 Spanish martyrs

Pope Francis recognizes 95 Spanish martyrs

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Spain: Evangelical leader says media puts Protestants at the back of the bus

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An epidemic of Asperger's

An epidemic of Asperger's

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The Madonnas of St Augustine: book review

The Madonnas of St Augustine: book review

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Paraguay: President Franco well-received at OAS

Paraguay: President Franco well-received at OAS

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Spanish monarchy rocked by abortion revelations of Princess Letizia

It has been a difficult year for the Spanish monarchy.

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Paraguay goes on diplomatic offensive

Paraguay goes on diplomatic offensive

Paraguayan President Federico Franco will meet with Spanish premier Mariano Rajoy and then fly to Washington DC to speak at the OAS where he will address an effective trade war being waged against Paraguay by Argentina.

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California Catholics hopeful despite setback for canonization of Fr Aloysius Ellacuria

California Catholics hopeful despite setback for canonization of Fr Aloysius Ellacuria

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Spanish Navy halts pirates of Somalia

Spanish Navy halts pirates of Somalia

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Has China reached the end of its rope?

Has China reached the end of its rope?

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China's 'empty cities' show no sign of slowing down

China's 'empty cities' show no sign of slowing down

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Mexico: tourists bound by bikinis raped by criminals

Mexico: tourists bound by bikinis raped by criminals

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Brad Pitt may play Pontius Pilate

Brad Pitt may play Pontius Pilate

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Gold 'Swiss cheese' is an advancement in nanotechnology

Gold 'Swiss cheese' is an advancement in nanotechnology

Scientists at Spain's National Research Council (CSIC) have found a way to produce nanoporous gold films that can be used to control pollution, among other applications.

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The future of Europe is not Francophone

The future of Europe is not Francophone

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A day like today: the saint who died on Christmas

A day like today: the saint who died on Christmas

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Spanish girl awaits school decision on her Muslim veil

Spanish girl awaits school decision on her Muslim veil

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Spain, Gaza and Israel: Romantic nationalism

Spain, Gaza and Israel: Romantic nationalism

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Food for the poor goes to waste in Spain

Food for the poor goes to waste in Spain

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Worldwide reaction to Obama victory

Worldwide reaction to Obama victory

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Archaeologists find exact spot of Julius Caesar's murder

Archaeologists find exact spot of Julius Caesar's murder

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Spanish territory in North Africa assaulted by illegal immigrants

Spanish territory in North Africa assaulted by illegal immigrants

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Increased intolerance of Christians in Christian countries

Increased intolerance of Christians in Christian countries

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Oldest coins of the New World found in Dominican Republic

Oldest coins of the New World found in Dominican Republic

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Spain: Police raid voodoo prostitution ring

Spain: Police raid voodoo prostitution ring

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Spanish politician seeks ban of video game depicting Basque terrorists

Spanish politician seeks ban of video game depicting Basque terrorists

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is made by Valve Corporation, which is based in the US.

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Islamist terrorists may have planned chemical attack from paragliders

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On a day like today: St James the Moorslayer

On a day like today: St James the Moorslayer

Christians commemorate on July 25 St. James the Greater, one of the apostles, known in scripture as one of the 'sons of thunder.' A martyr, he was later invoked by Spain for centuries in its reconquest of the Iberian peninsula from Islamic occupiers.

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Islamization of Europe's military continues

Islamization of Europe's military continues

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Promise shown in HIV/AIDS resistant substance in olive trees

Promise shown in HIV/AIDS resistant substance in olive trees

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Cut costs and tax less, says European Central Bank president

Cut costs and tax less, says European Central Bank president

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Outbreak in Spain: Deadly legionnaires' disease

Outbreak in Spain: Deadly legionnaires' disease

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Muslim Brotherhood in Spain supports Morsi of Egypt

Muslim Brotherhood in Spain supports Morsi of Egypt

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Spain's economy is solid, says bullish President Rajoy

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Spanish court hears case on video that offends Christians

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Psychiatrist explains psychological effects of abortion on abortionists

Psychiatrist explains psychological effects of abortion on abortionists

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An invalid Spanish economy fears catching the Greek flu

An invalid Spanish economy fears catching the Greek flu

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Latin American schools receive solar panels and Internet access

Latin American schools receive solar panels and Internet access

A cooperative venture involving Spain, Portugal and their former colonies plans on providing solar panels and computers to 80,000 schools in Latin America.

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U.S. diplomats witnessed the founding of 'Eurabia' in 1974

U.S. diplomats witnessed the founding of 'Eurabia' in 1974

At the Cathedral of Cordoba, Spain, Muslim prayer service was allowed during a conference of Arab officials and their allies in Europe. Catholic priests were present at the conference.

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Sacred Haggadah from Spain survives in Bosnia

Sacred Haggadah from Spain survives in Bosnia

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Critics are wrong about Argentina's nationalisation of oil

Critics are wrong about Argentina's nationalisation of oil

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Father of wounded Spanish royal under investigation

Father of wounded Spanish royal under investigation

Felipe Juan Froilan de Marichalar, grandson of the Spanish monarchs, wounded himself with a shotgun. His father faces fines and seizure of his firearms.

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Lack of firearms safety strikes Spain's royal family

Lack of firearms safety strikes Spain's royal family

Young Felipe Juan Froilan shot himself in the foot. He may be following the footsteps of grandfather, King Juan Carlos, who wags once dubbed 'Tiro fijo' (hot shot) following the unfortunate shooting death of his brother.

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Soccer in Spain kowtows to Mecca

Soccer in Spain kowtows to Mecca

Spain's Real Madrid football team removed a Christian cross from its official emblem to appease Muslims.

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Contemplating the Gospel: Whatever is hidden will be disclosed

Contemplating the Gospel: Whatever is hidden will be disclosed

When the light comes, it it to be put under a tub or a bed?

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Death of Cuban dissident impacts Cuba-Spain relations

Death of Cuban dissident impacts Cuba-Spain relations

Wilman Villar died following a hunger strike in 'inhuman conditions' in Cuba's feared Aguadures prison.

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Spain: thousands demand removal of photo offensive to Catholics

Spain: thousands demand removal of photo offensive to Catholics

Called 'Inferno', the offending photo depicts a nude man covering his privates with an image of Jesus Christ.

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Catholic priest still celebrates Mass on 100th birthday

Catholic priest still celebrates Mass on 100th birthday

Significant life: Rev. Serafín Rodal Fandiño

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Mediterranean diet mitigates pancreatitis

Mediterranean diet mitigates pancreatitis

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Flamenco guitar great Enrique De Melchor dies

Flamenco guitar great Enrique De Melchor dies

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Saint of the Day: Margaret, Queen of Scotland

Saint of the Day: Margaret, Queen of Scotland

An Anglo-Saxon, Margaret was born in Hungary and eventually became queen of Scotland. She gave birth to both kings and a queen, and was known for her piety and charity.

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Contemplating the Gospel: Losing your life

Contemplating the Gospel: Losing your life

"Where the body is, there too will the vultures gather."

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Contemplating the Gospel: Let no one call you 'father'

Contemplating the Gospel: Let no one call you 'father'

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Pope Benedict recognizes saintliness of two Italians and one Spaniard

Pope Benedict recognizes saintliness of two Italians and one Spaniard

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Somali terrorists promise bloodbath if Kenyan troops do not depart Somalia

Al-Shabaab terrorists are linked to Al-Qaeda and have been blamed for abducting international aid workers.

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