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19:08

Sport

A letter from America

Rob Palmer

It was an American voice that could sell the latest keep-fit equipment or Hollywood blockbuster. "THE greatest soccer tournament this summer," he belted out from my taxi driver's radio before lowering his voice an octave "... on American soil." E

19:16

National

PM talks business and human rights on tour of Latin America

SUR

The prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, began a five-day visit to Latin America on Monday. In the tour he has been meeting with the leaders of Chile, Bolivia, Colombia and Costa Rica. Spain is a key investor in Latin America and the visit is also

15:12

Opinion

Ace of clubs

Peter Edgerton

Many moons ago, while visiting San Francisco and feeling a little peckish, I made the fatal mistake of ordering a club sandwich from a downtown takeaway place, just to tide me over until tea time. The chap behind the counter, smiled knowingly at the

12:16

LifeStyle

“Someone from America doesn't come to Ronda to order saki”

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

America to Ronda and decides to eat at Bardal is not going to order a saki and yuzu cocktail. What would be the point? And I, as a chef, feel more comfortable with this style because I really like my sauces, my stews, my 'sofritos' of onion, tomato,

13:44

National

Renfe wins six-billion-dollar deal for high-speed rail in Texas

SUR

...will be the first AVE line in the US. Last May, Renfe of America was set up as a company and the final contract will be signed with Texas Central Partners, the private firm behind the project. Renfe is facing having its services in Spain, where it

12:35

Gibraltar

Lee Spencer, 'The Rowing Marine', sets off on an epic challenge

Debbie Bartlett

America. He aims to become the first physically disabled person in the world to row the Atlantic, east to west, and beat the current able-bodied record which is held by Stein Hoff of 96 days, 12 hours and 45 minutes. Lee hopes to be able to complete the

14:07

LifeStyle

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

GEORGIE KENNY

Sixteen years ago it is estimated that around 10 million people took to the streets, all over the world, to protest against the Iraqi war. It was the largest anti-war protest and remains to be the biggest one-day global demonstration the world has ev

12:30

LifeStyle

The town in America where wi-fi has been banned

Debbie Bartlett

There are no mobile phones or wi-fi in the town of Green Bank, in West Virginia, because the government's massive, highly sensitive Robert C Byrd radio telescope is based there and anything which could interfere with its listening power is prohibited

16:05

Travel

A Chicago architectural river cruise

Andrew Forbes

...urban river, and ending with a sunset voyage along the shoreline of Lake Michigan, one of North America's great lakes. This expanse of water is so huge, it's evocative of an ocean. Little wonder that in summer this inland city has a vibrant beach vibe.

13:17

Opinion

Trade wars are good, according to Trump

ANDREW J. LINN

...to lose customers, or pass it on and still lose customers. Either way it was almost certainly a prelude to closing down her business. The Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America Association has projected the loss of 36,000 jobs and US$1.6 billion in

10:51

LifeStyle

1 June 1778: Families from Malaga embark on a journey to colonise Louisiana

MADDY HAY what happened today?

...group of 16 Spanish families set sail to America aboard the ship San José, led by governor Bernardo de Gálvez from Macharaviaya. The majority of the colonists were from Malaga, with many hailing from the Axarquía and Alhaurín de la Torre. At this time,

12:22

LifeStyle

From San Francisco's streets to the big screen

NURIA TRIGUERO

Day after day for 20 years Moses lived on the same street corner of the financial district of San Francisco. He used to call it his “office”. He didn't ask for money, but he liked to talk to people. Many of the executives who passed him every day wer

12:27

LifeStyle

Climbing Alstroemeria

DENISE BUSH

Bomarea is a genus of plants with around one hundred species, the majority of which are climbers. It is a member of the Alstroemeriaceae family and has similar leaves and flowers. Bomarea is native to South America and Mexico and is found in

14:01

LifeStyle

9 March 1888: Birth of one of Spain's most celebrated vaudeville performers

Tony Bryant What Happened today?

Born in Tarazona in Aragón on 9 March 1888, Raquel Meller was a celebrated vaudeville performer who appeared in several films and toured extensively throughout Europe and America. Christened Francisca (Paca) Marqués López, the popular actress,