RT
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It seems not even a statue of Donald Trump can avoid protests after a topless demonstrator grabbed the wax-work model’s crotch during the unveiling of a statue of the president-elect in Madrid, Spain. Read Full Article at RT.com
Dover Express
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A 75-year-old Faversham priest was conned out of thousands of pounds by fraudsters to pay off fake court fees.The swindlers, claiming to be from HMRC, asked Reverend Mike Johnson to pay 2,400 to receive £16,800, following an alleged success in a legal action he had taken in Spain years ago.Despite being a 'smart cookie' regarding scams and making all appropriate checks, including talking to the legitimate HMRC, he lost thousands of pounds more, as the elaborate scam continued over a...
BBC News 24
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The members believe that if they get rid of barriers to trade and have goods, services and workers move freely across their borders, then their economies will grow. To make this happen, they agreed, trading rules. A widget made in Greece same as one made in Spain. They set up their goods and employ people from across the EU.
Leicester Mercury
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The representatives of Leicester City striker Leo Ulloa will meet the club today to submit a transfer offer from Spain as the Argentinian tries to push through an exit from the King Power Stadium. Luis Hernandez is another possible departure, but City are insistent that nobody will leave until replacements have been found. Sassuolo centre-back Francesco Acerbi could have been a replacement in defence, but reports in Italy suggest City may now give up their chase for the international...
Washington Free Beacon
an hour
Netflix talk show host Chelsea Handler blamed President-elect Donald Trump's victory in November on the Kardashians' popular reality television show, Keeping Up With the Kardashians. Handler sat down for an interview with Ramin Setoodeh from Variety online in her Bel-Air home. The two discussed the latest season of her Netflix show Chelsea and her disdain for Donald Trump. Handler, who famously declared she wanted to move to Spain while crying on her talk show after Trump's win, revealed she decided to stay after her staff begged her. The millennial women in her office hugged her and begged her not to retreat, Setoodeh wrote. The talk show host has taken a harsh stance against Trump and blamed the Kardashian family for the president-elect's rise to power. “They [the media] were treating him as an entertainer first.
Ruptly TV
an hour
Hundreds of religious animal-lovers queued up outside the Church of San Anton in Madrid, on Tuesday, to get their pets blessed by the local priest on the day of Saint Anthony, the patron saint of animals. SOT, Mercedes, pet owner (Spanish): "I have come here with my bird because I made a promise to protect it; I think it is very beautiful to bring it to the Saint." SOT, Rosa Maria, pet owner (Spanish): "I am a believer, I like animals, I love them very much and it is my son's and his girlfriend's, but I have a lot of time and I love it a lot, it keeps me company, to both me and my husband." Video ID: 20170117- 040 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Daily Mail - Home
an hour
Jose Manul Faraldo, a cyclist, was passing through a village in Irixoa, Spain, when he saw a farmer trying to help his cow which was struggling to give birth. Mr Faraldo decided to step in and help.
Washington Free Beacon
an hour
Netflix talk show host Chelsea Handler blamed President-elect Donald Trump's victory in November on the Kardashians' popular reality television show, Keeping Up With the Kardashians. Handler sat down for an interview with Ramin Setoodeh from Variety online in her Bel-Air home. The two discussed the latest season of her Netflix show Chelsea and her disdain for Donald Trump. Handler, who famously declared she wanted to move to Spain while crying on her talk show after Trump's win, revealed she decided to stay after her staff begged her. The millennial women in her office hugged her and begged her not to retreat, Setoodeh wrote. The talk show host has taken a harsh stance against Trump and blamed the Kardashian family for the president-elect's rise to power. “They [the media] were treating him as an entertainer first.
BBC UK News
3 hours
The impact of wet and cold weather means yields in Spain and Italy are much lower and prices higher.
BBC News - Business
3 hours
The impact of wet and cold weather means yields in Spain and Italy are much lower and prices higher.
Daily Mail - Travel
4 hours
Women and men of all nationalities have spoken about racism faced on holiday, in every country from Spain and South Korea, to Austria and Australia.
Variety
4 hours
Goal
5 hours
The Huffington Post
5 hours
The recent Media kerfuffle between Civil Rights Icon Congressman John Lewis and President Elect Trump should not distract us from "the fierce urgency of now". Both men exhibit a certain amount of naiveté or sheer ignorance about the reality of past contests between the United States and Russia's predecessor, the Soviet Union. The United States government through our CIA and other foreign intelligence entities routinely injected cash and other forms of economic benefit to a candidate or party in countries we thought was in our best interest. These included, but were not necessarily limited to elections or the selection of a political leader we favored in countries such as France, Italy, Spain, Iran, Lebanon, Angola, Guatemala, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Egypt, Ethiopia, Zaire (Republic of The Congo), Chile, Nicaragua, Syria, just to mention a few.
The Guardian - Network Front
5 hours
Phys.Org
5 hours
The first research on violence against women at Spanish universities reveals that 62 percent of the student body know or have experienced situations of gender violence in the university community. The study also suggests that such violence often goes unreported and that there is a lack of knowledge to identify these situations.
Sky News
6 hours
Plymouth Herald
6 hours
Plymouth is apparently gripped in the middle of a courgette shortage - and healthy-eating shoppers are not happy. An unusually cold and wet winter cold snap in Spain has hit the UK supply lines at a time of peak demand as people pursue new year resolutions to eat more greens. There are fears the shortage could last for months, and consumers have taken to social media to complain. Been to 3 shops in Plymouth and nowhere has courgettes Tamiland (@tamsinbest) January 16,...
Daily Mail - Home
6 hours
Aviation website AIRLIVE.net said the Airbus A320 jet landed in Malaga rather than Almeria due to 'possible damage from severe turbulence'.
TIME - Top Stories
6 hours
France and Italy are the countries least trusted by their people, as just 28% of French and Italian citizens have faith in their nation's system, according to new research by public relations firm Edelman. According to the 2017 Edelman Trust Barometer, 72% of the French and Italian citizens who participated in the study said they had lost faith in the system, followed by Mexico, South Africa and Spain, all at 67%. The annual study found that 2016 saw the largest-ever drop in trust across the institutions of government, business, media and NGOs. Trust in media (43%) fell to all-time lows in 17 countries, while trust levels in government (41%) dropped in 14 markets; government is the least trusted institution in half of the 28 countries that were surveyed. The credibility of leaders also fell, as CEO credibility dropped to an all-time low of 37%, with declines in every country studied.
Ruptly TV
7 hours
Daily Mail - Money
7 hours
A Tesco spokesperson said: 'Due to bad weather conditions in Spain, we are experiencing a few availability issues, but are working with our suppliers to resolve them as quickly as possible.'
The Guardian - Network Front
7 hours
Android Police
8 hours
As many will know, Google Play has certain apps on sale every week for 0.10 in the UK, Spain, Germany, Italy, France, Russia, and Australia. This week is no different, with both Wild Blood and Unified Remote Full on offer. Wild Blood is set in the time on King Arthur, Queen Guinevere, and Lancelot. King Arthur, fuelled by jealousy for Lancelot for seducing Guinevere, gets tricked by his sister, Morgana, and opens Hellgate, letting all manner of demons lose. Read More [Deal Alert] Wild Blood and Unified Remote Full are 0.10 in multiple countries (not US) was written by the awesome team at Android Police .