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12:23

Local

Costa del Sol hotels close en masse with no reopening date on the horizon

Pilar Martínez

...visitors. This year's disaster comes just as tourism figures for the month of September were picking up. During this month last year 72% of the Costa's hotel rooms were full, and with higher-spending tourists. This year the month's occupancy is expected

19:14

Local

Sniffer dog rescuers return from volunteer mission to Lebanon

SUR

...charity, GERCCMA, and of the CPB Malaga provincial fire brigade had offered their services to the Lebanese authorities for the crucial hours after a disaster that are still available to reach anybody trapped in rubble. One of the group, Jair Pereira, ... of dogs experienced in the Arcon method of canine training in order to find people trapped in rubble, missing persons or hidden explosives. The group's members have been involved in other humanitarian missions to disaster zones around the world.

12:44

LifeStyle

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

Tony Bryant

...nearby town of Jaca. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofía flew to the disaster area to comfort relatives of victims. Prime Minister José María Aznar interrupted his holiday to inspect the carnage. He told reporters that it was a "dreadful sight".

15:35

Opinion

Dogs come to the rescue again

PETER HARRISON

...involved in the television coverage of the Aberfan disaster of October 1966, when a hill of muddy waste collapsed, burying a school in Wales and killing 116 children and 28 adults. A large number of volunteers dug furiously to rescue those trapped, but

14:36

LifeStyle

The three waves of Spanish Flu

ÓSCAR BELTRÁN DE OTÁLORA

...estimated 50 to 100 million people losing their lives. One in every four inhabitants of the planet were infected. A century later, scientific advances have meant that a disaster such as that cannot repeat itself, but there are still plenty of things about

09:51

Local

Anantara Villa Padierna hotel is working with World Central Kitchen

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...food for people in need during a disaster and it has already responded to the threat of Covid-19 in more than 20 towns and cities around the world. It began its operations in Spain on 27 March and now has 14 kitchens in ten Spanish towns, providing more

17:01

LifeStyle

Timely nursing practice in Uganda

Jennie Rhodes

...full of clothes, shoes, medicines and sanitary products, all of which were donated by friends, family and colleagues and she continues to collect donations. SAWA works predominantly in Africa and the Middle East in disaster areas, health, education,

16:59

Opinion

Holy chefs

ANDREW J. LINN

...after the president had criticised Mexican immigrants. In 2010 he became world famous for his World Central Kitchen, set up to feed victims of the Haiti earthquake, later doing the same in other disaster zones worldwide. Although responsible for his