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22 January 1972: ETA releases abducted tycoon Lorenzo Zabala

Tony Bryant

Lorenzo Zabala Suinaga, creator of the Motobic moped that was popular during the 1950s and '60s, was released after being held captive for four days by Euskadi Ta Askatasuna (ETA) on 22 January 1972. A self-made industrialist with a great entrepreneu

11:42

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15 January 2012: The death of Manuel Fraga, founder of the PP

Jennie Rhodes

On 15 January 2012 Manuel Fraga, Franco's tourism and information minister, who went on to found the Alianza Popular - the forerunner to today's Partido Popular party - died of heart failure in Madrid. Fraga, (Villalba, Lugo, 23 November 1922) had

20:08

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8 January 1843: Malaga's bourgeoisie launches cultural society

Alekk M. Saanders

Científico y Literario (Artistic, Scientific and Literary Lyceum) was inaugurated in Malaga. The lyceum began in a section of the Madres Reparadoras residence, a building that doesn't exist today, and partly in the old Franciscan convent in the Plaza de San

11:22

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25 December 1942: Birth of controversial flamenco singer Enrique Morente

Tony Bryant

Enrique Morente, one of the most controversial singers within the world of contemporary flamenco, was born in the Albaicín district of Granada on Christmas Day in 1942. Since called the 'Pope of Flamenco', Morente, father of celebrated singer Estrell

14:03

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18 December 2012: The UN holds first World Arabic Language Day

Jennie Rhodes

World Arabic Language Day has been celebrated every year on 18 December since 2012. The date coincides with the day in 1973 that the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted Arabic as the organisation's sixth official language. Today Arabic

18:27

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11 December 1813: Napoleon acknowledges Ferdinand VII as King

Alekk. M. Saanders

The Treaty of Valençay was signed between the French Empire and the Spanish Crown on 11 December 1813. The agreement provided for the restoration of Ferdinand VII as King of Spain, who had been imprisoned in France, in the Château de Valençay, since

12:09

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4 December 1985: Santiago de Compostela, World Heritage Site

Debbie Bartlett

It has been a destination for pilgrims for hundreds of years, making their way on foot along the world-famous Caminos de Santiago, and on 4 December 1985 the historic centre of this lovely town in Galicia was officially declared a Unesco World Herita