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Ara's energy blends gypsy and oriental harmonies

SUR IN ENGLISH

Ara Malikian was born in Lebanon in 1968 to a family of Armenian origin. His gift for playing the violin was discovered at an early age and he has since developed into a composer and unique musician. His talent was quickly noticed and at the age of f

12:44

LifeStyle

20 September 1920: The birth of a military elite

CHARLOTTE WAY

On 20 September 1920, La Legión Española was officially founded, admitting its first recruit after its formation by royal decree earlier that year. The Legion, originally known as the Tercio de Extranjeros (Foreign Regiment), was created to serve

11:44

LifeStyle

13 September 1961: Royal engagement announced

Debbie Bartlett

It was a happy day for many in Spain, 13 September 1961, because the engagement was announced between Prince Juan Carlos de Borbón and Princess Sophia, the daughter of King Paul of Greece and Frederica of Hanover. The couple and their families were p

12:54

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Cártama celebrates its medieval past

Tony Bryant

Cártama remembers its medieval past with the celebration of the popular Noches de la Bella Jarifa, an event that promotes the cultural, musical and gastronomic traditions of Andalucía. Organised by the town hall, the 10th edition of the festival will

11:50

LifeStyle

6 September 2009: Malaga's first international air show

Jennie Rhodes

On Sunday 6 September 2009 Malaga city hosted its first international air festival, with some 200,000 people flocking to its beaches to watch the displays. Forty planes and 90 pilots participated in the event which lasted five hours and took place

12:36

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23 August 1991: The world's first public website goes live

LUCY NEWBY

On 23 August 1991, Tim Berners-Lee, famously the inventor of the World Wide Web, opened the very first website to the public. It was the first time a web page was accessible to the whole world. Developed in Switzerland, the professor was in charge

15:09

Opinion

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Mark Nayler

I wrote here last week that acting prime minister Pedro Sánchez seemed to be the only Spanish politician willing to work through the summer to resolve Spain's political deadlock. I spoke too soon, because on Saturday the PSOE leader headed to Huelva'

13:26

LifeStyle

16 August 2017: Bomb blast precedes Barcelona attacks

CHARLOTTE WAY

On 16 August 2017, an explosion in Alcanar, Tarragona, foreshadowed the horror which was to unfold the following day: the attacks on Las Ramblas and Cambrils shook Barcelona to the core, and it was only in the aftermath that police pieced together th

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9 August 1995: ETA terrorists arrested over plot to kill king

DEBBIE BARTLETT

Every summer, the Spanish royal family spend a few weeks at their residence in Mallorca, the Marivent Palace. It has become a tradition over the years, and 1995 was no exception. That year, however, King Juan Carlos, Queen Sofia and their three child

12:50

National

Barclay hopes strong links with Spain will continue after Brexit

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"absolute priority". In a breakfast meeting organised by Europa Press on Thursday, Barclay warned that the Spanish economy would suffer from a hard Brexit and said he doubted that small and medium businesses are prepared for that. Borrell later asked what ... information Barclay had about the state of preparation by Spanish companies, and admitted he had little information about the British situation. "I can only believe what the British government tells us, and I hope we deserve the same credibility as them,"