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26 resultados para 'darkness'

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12:51

LifeStyle

Stay Behind Cave

ASH BOLTON

...assistants. Those trusted with the building of the underground facility were blindfolded to and from the construction site each night under the cover of darkness, and after its construction, they were posted back to the UK and not allowed overseas until the

18:33

LifeStyle

Written in memory of Cecilia and Drew

Jennie Rhodes

...worried for her safety because of her involvement with the man who would go on to kill her. “People knew he was bad news and that things wouldn't end well,” Paul recalls melancholically. After two redrafts of his book, Paul finally published Darkness in ... Malaga in January this year. While the book is fairly far removed from Cecilia's story, Paul explains that there are “a lot of themes that are important in Malaga, such as immigration, particularly from north Africa”. Darkness in Malaga is the first

22:08

LifeStyle

The crimes of 'Little Finland'

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

Troncoso, who has also produced other television dramas such as 'Olmos y Robles' y 'El chiringuito de Pepe'. “Fuengirola is more than a place where people take shelter from bad weather and darkness, because there are more than 15,000 Finns,” said the

17:38

Local

Investigators given more time to look into the death of little Lucía

JUAN CANO / JON SEDANO

...station building in Pizarra where her parents were dining on the night of 26 July, were skeptical of the official explanation of what had happened, and of how a three year old child could undertake an arduous trek along the tracks in total darkness on her

12:07

LifeStyle

A piece of Finland in the sun

Susana Zamora

...but that is compensated by the fees from the 2,600 students who come here every year,” she explains. Enduring the darkness Despite the “excessive bureaucracy, low salaries and long working days,” Minna says she has no wish to return to Finland. “I ... love my country and miss my family, but the darkness there is very hard to cope with. In winter, it is already night-time at 3pm. Maybe when I retire I'll spend the warmer months there, between April and October,” she says. Suvi Kauranen is another