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13:22

LifeStyle

Neil Faulkner: "Lawrence of Arabia was broken by the war"

Maddy Hay

...down to Lawrence’s background and the political influences that he came under. Ultimately, Faulkner believes that Lawrence was subject to ideological conditioning. “He was never able to break away and see the underlying purpose of the British Empire

12:40

LifeStyle

Aids: a success story for researchers

ARANTXA HERRANZ

...infections needs to be drastically reduced and the trajectory of the epidemic has to be changed. The UN considers that putting an end to the Aids epidemic would produce advances in the whole spectrum of civil, cultural, economic, political, social, sexual

20:32

LifeStyle

Hispanic Day, a celebration of what?

Tony Bryant

Spain's historical colonialism, and even its ties to Latin America. October 12th became one of two national celebrations, along with Constitution Day on December 6th. Hispanic Day has caused a cascade of reactions from all political parties and

11:49

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Foreigners who changed the image of Malaga

Liz Parry

...primera en en peligro de la libertad” were granted by royal decree in recognition of the political struggles which brought about the downfall of the Regent, General Espartero, a general uprising in Spain having started in Malaga. Liberal rebels

13:50

Travel

The Turkish Riviera revisited

Andrew Forbes

...skipped favourite Turkish destinations for the past few years, cautious of a country that had suffered political instability and security issues. Yet now I had chosen to return to Turkey; and I was not alone. The country is set to welcome almost a record

15:20

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"Women's voices are refusing to be silenced"

regina sotorrío / RAchel haynes

...stronger in Europe. Italy is the latest example. Does that worry you? It worries me but in my opinion Italy has been chaotic since the Second World War, their political system has always been full of corruption. I stay positive because I'm a mother and a

15:31

What to do

The Pompidou unveils its new collection with a look at modern ideas of Utopia

Antonio javier lópez

Picasso’s bucolic ‘The Spring’ (1956), which came four years after his last political work and shows his delight at life in his mansion on the Côte d’Azur. Visitors come next to the trio comprising ‘Development in Brown’ (1933) by Vassily Kandinksy,

17:58

Travel

Hidden Cyprus

Andrew Forbes

...rustic chic interior. It felt good to have arrived. I was finally at Casale Panayiotis - a village hotel that is a flagship project of agrotourism and village renewal in Cyprus. Following a period of political instability, in July and August of 1974 the

12:08

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“The concept of Finnish national identity was born under Russian rule”

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

...constituent assembly of Russia, with a request to recognise the political independence and sovereignty of Finland. Later it was called the “declaration of independence of Finland”. Correct. On 6 December 1917, the Finnish Parliament approved that

17:31

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The 'flu' virus that killed 1,500 people in Malaga a century ago

PEDRO LUIS GÓMEZ

...in 2018, he has one of the most dazzling fortunes on the planet and enormous political power as well. Professor Silvia García Barrios, who has studied the history of the Civil Hospital and that of Dr José Gálvez Ginachero, says that in the early

13:07

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Isabel Oyarzábal, a silenced pioneer

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...translated by Enrique Girón and Andrés Arenas, who describe her as “a pioneer, a fabulous woman with an exceptional intellect”. Arenas says she originally wanted to be an actress, but then realised that her true vocation lay elsewhere. Decades of political

20:40

LifeStyle

“We should never think that if we have cancer it's our own fault”

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...to retain and attract scientific talent; the more friends we have, the less we will depend on political ups and downs. I would like to show Amancio Ortega round the CNIO and tell him what we do. I believe he would like to know that in Spain we have

16:49

National

The submerged economy

SUSANA ZAMORA

...different trades and for different reasons. No documents Some, like Luis, have had no alternative. He came to Spain four months ago from Venezuela. He has applied for political asylum, but for the moment he is not here legally. “I have no residence