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16:28

Local

Rail line near Teba damaged by recent floods is repaired

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Trains were able to pass through the stretch between Almargen and Campillos stations again on Sunday afternoon after the train which semi-derailed on Thursday as a result of flooding was removed and the tracks were repaired. According to the

19:14

Local

Turkish Airlines starts up again from Malaga

Pilar Martínez

Turkish Airlines has started up its flights again from Malaga Airport following their suspension at the onset of the Covid-19 crisis. These are the only flights currently coming into the airport from outside Europe. From 1 August, Turkish is

19:01

National

Granada's Alhambra opens again to visitors

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After three months closed to the public due to the coronavirus health crisis, members of the public once again were able to admire the courtyards and palaces of the Alhambra in Granada on Wednesday. Visitor numbers are limited to half the

13:34

National

Covid-19: Junta's head claims we are in 'the final part' of the third wave

ROSSEL APARICIO

“small easing” in measures “limiting mobility and economic sectors”. But the president, speaking to the media said this would only happen if the region’s incidence rate continued to dop and pressure on the healthcare system eased. He, again, asked the

15:09

LifeStyle

Julieta, pleased to see visitors again

Ivan Gelibter

again, with strict hygiene and safety conditions in place. "We have reduced the number of people allowed inside at any one time to about 25 per cent," said the general manager, Francisco de Asís García, "Even though, now that we are in phase 3 of the ... first in Andalucía, following the lockdown which began in March due to the coronavirus crisis. Even so, not all the animals were as pleased to see visitors again as Julieta. Species such as chimpanzees, orangutans, and other apes and primates at the