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13:20

Opinion

In the shadows

Mark Nayler

The testimony given in a London courtroom this week by Corinna Larsen - emeritus king Juan Carlos's former lover - isn't new. It was in an expansive interview with the BBC last August, granted just after Juan Carlos fled Spain amid fraud

14:25

LifeStyle

28 August 1565: Spanish conquerors sight land off America

Jennie Rhodes

On 28 August 1565 the Spanish admiral Pedro Menéndez de Avilés, on board the San Pelayo, first spotted land on the southeast coast of America; the area that today is northeast Florida. Menéndez de Avilés went on to name the settlement Saint ... Augustine in the name of the king of Spain and in honour of the saint whose feast day is celebrated on 28 August. Menéndez de Avilés, who had been appointed pioneer and governor by King Philip II, set sail from Cadiz on 29 June that year. Around one ... becoming the capital of British East Florida in 1763. The British returned it to the Spanish in 1783 and it became part of the USA in 1819. Saint Augustine Saint Augustine of Hippo was a Roman Catholic Theologian who lived from 354 to 12 August 430

15:44

Sport

Roglic retains crown as the Vuelta a España triumphs over the virus

Daryl Finch

Spaniard Juan José Cobo had been stripped of the title for doping. The Vuelta, which was originally set to take place from 14 August to 6 September and starting in the Netherlands, had to be shortened to just 18 stages. For the first time in almost five

13:14

LifeStyle

21 August 1911: The Mona Lisa is stolen from the Louvre

alekk m. saanders

On August 21 1911, the Mona Lisa vanished under mysterious circumstances from the Louvre in Paris. Vincenzo Peruggia, an Italian artist who had been working at the gallery, went in at around 7am. He took the painting from the Salon Carré where it ... disappearance and threw out the case against Apollinaire and Picasso. Two years later, both men were totally cleared of any possible connection to the crime committed in the Louvre on 21 August 1911. In 1913, the police discovered that the Mona Lisa had been

17:21

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14 August 1598: Seville's Casa de la Lonja opens for business

Debbie Bartlett

...merchants could exchange their goods. It was known then as the Casa de la Lonja de Mercaderes, and was inaugurated on 14 August. After Columbus discovered the Americas in 1492, Seville was awarded the monopoly on trade and the number of merchants

16:17

Local

Hotels expect August to be quieter than July, when occupancy was 40%

Pilar Martínez

August is going to be even quieter than July was, say hoteliers on the Costa del Sol. Last month there was 40 per cent average occupancy, and they expect the average for the peak summer season to be 39.9 per cent at the very most. They attribute

12:44

LifeStyle

7 August 1996: Flash flood kills 87 at Las Nieves campsite

Tony Bryant

On Wednesday 7 August 1996, 87 holidaymakers were killed and nearly 200 injured when a torrent of mud and rock engulfed a crowded family campsite near the town of Biescas in northern Spain. Remnants of the Las Nieves campsite were strewn for miles