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LifeStyle

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

13:26

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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

13:13

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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

12:01

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2 August 1385: The first recorded bullfight in Pamplona

JENNIE RHODES

The first ever recorded bullfight in Pamplona took place on 2 August 1385, paving the way for what would become the world-famous Sanfermines, or 'running of the bulls'. According to Spain's royal archives, King Charles II of Navarre ordered the

13:38

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26 July 1875: The birth of celebrated poet Antonio Machado

TONY BRYANT

Antonio Machado Ruiz was a Spanish poet and one of the leading figures of the literary movement known as the Generation of '98. Son of the celebrated Spanish folklorist Demófilo, Machado was born in Seville on 26 July 1875, one year after his brother

12:01

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19 July 1808: Spain's victory in the Battle of Bailén

LUCY NEWBY

On 19 July 1808, the bloody Battle of Bailén came to a close. After four days, the Spanish, led by Generals Francisco Castaños and Theodor von Reding, had, against all odds, defeated the Napoleanic troops led by General Pierre Dupont de l'Étang. Na

14:51

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12 July 1979: Dozens die in hotel blaze in Zaragoza

CHARLOTTE WAY

On 12 July 1979, Zaragoza became the site of tragedy, as the city's five-star Corona de Aragón hotel was engulfed in flames. More than 70 people lost their lives to the fire, and scores more were hospitalised, suffering grave injuries as a result of

13:15

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Will bonds really protect you in a crisis?

JEREMY BLATCH

...a real loss. This example assumes that the bond element will hold. But will it? We simply do not know. Bonds may fall further, increasing the loss, or they may rise, offsetting the loss. In the above example, what affects the price movement of ... would have afforded some protection. For investors with a Euro bias, German government bonds, considered the safest paper in Europe, would also have provided a level of protection. What bonds you hold will determine your level of protection during a ... severe market downturn. Sensible investors will examine carefully what type of bonds they hold and why they hold them, before concluding whether bonds offer the desired protection within their overall portfolio. The author is a member of the

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5 July 2011: The theft of the Codex Calixtinus

DEBBIE BARTLETT

On 5 July 2011 the Codex Calixtinus, a priceless 12th century manuscript, went missing from the world-famous Santiago de Compostela cathedral in Galicia. The book, which had 225 pages and had been described as the world's first travel guide, was writ