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12:42

National

Rajoy supports a multi-speed Europe to encourage further integration

ADOLFO LORENTE BRUSSELS

...ahead The prime minister also pointed out that the EU has many challenges and uncertainties ahead and must try to respond to those with clear messages. He believes the European Summit in Rome on 25 March, which is being held to commemorate the 60th

15:06

LifeStyle

"Some pains are transmitted through observation"

PILAR MANZANARES health

...know what that means. Nobody wants to suffer, and as we have the concept of acute pain which is treatable, we think chronic pain must be the same: "Oh, they can give me something for it." And it's a business, and they are given something for it, but it

12:24

LifeStyle

"I can give my patients the opinion of a doctor who has experienced death"

PILAR MANZANARES Madrid

...luggage became disinfectant, razors became scalpels, rugby shirts were used as bandages... and there wasn't a single doctor among us, only me with the soul of a doctor. During those months lost in the Andes, you must have found that the term 'never ... fuselage and set off to find a way out, because we knew they must have stopped searching for us by then. It's incredible how the world sees our story and how we actually experienced it. People still tell us we were lucky - why? Our plane crashed, they ... didn't find us, they forgot all about us, many of our companions died...." It was your idea to eat the dead and as a doctor you knew there was no other option, but it must have been very hard to tell the others that and to actually do it. Obviously,

15:17

LifeStyle

The mysterious Apostle of Ireland

Tony Bryant TORREMOLINOS

...national holiday in 1970 and this is when the pubs were given permission to open. This must have been a great relief for the big breweries, because surveys declare that the consumption of Guinness more than doubles on 17 March. As with most versions

15:21

Opinion

Emotional baggage

Peter Edgerton

...walkie-talkies, lorries with trailers, long ropes and a happy band of brothers yelling "Mind yer legs, please!" at whomsoever might listen (which was usually nobody). The general public gets very distracted in airports; it must be a paradise for thieves because

16:53

LifeStyle

"If extremists are unhappy with what I am doing, I must be doing something right"

REGINA SOTORRÍO/RACHEL HAYNES MALAGA

...innate ability to see yourself in the eyes of the other, and them in your own self. You released Love Medicine through crowdfunding. Why did you choose that formula? You must have had offers from a multinational record company - but would that have ... for being Israeli. Do you feel like you're in no man's land? It is true that I have been attacked by extremists from both sides, but that only strengthens my convictions. If extremists are unhappy with what I am doing, I must be doing something ... right! I believe moderates of the world must unite against extremists in every possible way. My goal is to highlight the endless organisations in Israel and Palestine working ceaselessly to build bridges and create dialogue and hope in the darkest places.

12:49

Sport

Unicaja face Friday showdown after first-leg EuroCup final defeat to Valencia

Juan Calderón

Valencia have one hand on the EuroCup trophy after they defeated Unicaja in the first game of the EuroCup final. The home match against Valencia on Friday is now a must-win game for Unicaja, who dominated for large parts of the game but were ... must now emerge victorious on Friday if they are to keep their hopes of European glory alive.

10:32

Gibraltar

"A sad day for Gibraltar," says chief minister as Article 50 is triggered

Debbie Bartlett GIBRALTAR

...years' time. "Today is undoubtedly a sad day for Gibraltar," he told Parliament. "It is not the result we wanted from the referendum. Today is a day when we must be ready to work to turn sadness into optimism and hope." "It is a day when we embark