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14:03

LifeStyle

18 December 2012: The UN holds first World Arabic Language Day

Jennie Rhodes

...after Ali Muley Hacén Abu al-Hasan, the Sultan of Granada in the 15th century. In 2003, builder Miguel Lozano Ruiz and his son came across a sixteenth-century Qur'an and Arabic manuscript hidden in straw and mud inside the wall of a house that the pair

13:33

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Rain and Covid dampen anti-violence march in Malaga

ana pérez-bryan

...victim and aggressor do not live under the same roof and so the lockdown reduced contact and fear. Deaths No deaths due to domestic violence have been recorded in the province of Malaga this year, however the statistic remains dismal. Since 2003, when ... cases started to be counted separately, 38 women and three children have been killed by a partner or former partner. In Spain as a whole 1,074 women have been killed since 2003, 41 of them this year. Call 016: The free confidential helpline for

14:07

LifeStyle

15 February 2003: The day that Spain said 'no' to war on Iraq

GEORGIE KENNY

Britain and Spain were all pushing for a second resolution from the United Nations Security Council. This, if approved, would have legitimised the invasion of Iraq. On 5 February 2003, Colin Powell, then the US secretary of state, made his notorious ... cannot be underestimated. Being the largest anti-war protest ever recorded, the 2003 demonstrations showed the overwhelming sense of unity throughout the world. Despite the fact that George Bush barely addressed them, the protests showed a huge amount

16:41

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15 November 2005 | Tony King sentenced to 36 years in prison

Jennie Rhodes

On 15 November 2005, British national Tony Alexander King was sentenced to 36 years in prison for what judges described as the "savage, cruel and inhumane" murder of 17-year-old Sonia Carabantes during Coín's annual feria in August 2003. He was also

10:38

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More than 4,000 protesters "give voices to murdered women" in Malaga march

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN / IVÁN GELIBTER

The first woman to be officially counted as a fatal victim of domestic or gender violence, after the statistic was introduced in 2003, was Yaneth Vargas. Her partner killed her in Fuengirola on 7 January 2003. Since then more than a thousand women

14:19

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16 March 2003: The Azores summit sets the stage for the War on Iraq

Debbie Bartlett

On 16 March 2003, US president George W Bush, UK prime minister Tony Blair and Spanish prime minister José María Aznar sat down together for emergency talks at what became known as the 'Azores summit'. The meeting took place on the island of ... in the final stages, because, after 12 years of failing to disarm him, now is the time when we have to decide," he said. The war on Iraq, which the US dubbed Operation Iraqi Freedom, lasted from 20 March to 1 May 2003 and succeeded in ridding the

10:12

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As far as you can go - and one step further

Mark Nayler reading into spain

Jason Webster has written what is surely the most arresting opening sentence in recent travel literature, a sentence that forces difficult, searching questions upon you: “Often we end up doing what we almost want to do because we lack the courage to