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Daily Mail
Google Street View car pelted with tomatoes at La Tomatina festivalHow did they not see that coming? Google Street View car is pelted with tomatoe
Google Street View car pelted with tomatoes at La Tomatina festival
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
How did they not see that coming? Google Street View car is pelted with tomatoes and trashed by thousands of half-naked revellers while trying to drive through Spain's Tomatina festival Web giant forced to suspend filming of the world-famous... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Saucy Scenes From La Tomatina, Spain's Annual Tomato FightIn Spain, Pamplona has the running of the bulls, but Buñol has the running of t
Saucy Scenes From La Tomatina, Spain's Annual Tomato Fight
The Huffington Post / Posted 2 days ago
In Spain, Pamplona has the running of the bulls, but Buñol has the running of the sauce. The tomatoes fly freely during La Tomatina, a purely recreational tomato fight that's been held in the Valencian town since 1945. The yearly throwdown... Read more
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iol.co.za
Spanish food fight draws thousandsREUTERSRevelers battle with tomatoes during the annual "Tomatina" (tomato fight
Spanish food fight draws thousands
iol.co.za / Posted 2 days ago
REUTERSRevelers battle with tomatoes during the annual "Tomatina" (tomato fight) in Bunol, near Valencia, Spain. Tens of thousands of festival-goers hurled 170 tonnes of over-ripe tomatoes at each other to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Spain axes fine over image of illegally-parked police carMADRID - Spanish officials have scrapped an 800-euro fine against a woman for p
Spain axes fine over image of illegally-parked police car
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 2 days ago
MADRID - Spanish officials have scrapped an 800-euro fine against a woman for posting a picture on Facebook of an illegally-parked police car after admitting the image did not contravene a controversial security law. Spanish officials have scrapped... Read more
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The Malaysian Insider
Annual tomato battle paints streets of Spanish town red Published: 26 August 2015 11:45 PM Revellers play in tomato pulp after the a
Annual tomato battle paints streets of Spanish town red
The Malaysian Insider / Posted 2 days ago
Published: 26 August 2015 11:45 PM Revellers play in tomato pulp after the annual 'Tomatina' in Bunol, near Valencia, Spain. – Reuters pic, August 26, 2015.Thousands of half-naked revellers... Read more
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The Miami Hurricane
'Marshland' more than average murder mysteryJavier Gutiérrez participates in a Q&A session, with the help of a translator,
'Marshland' more than average murder mystery
The Miami Hurricane / Posted 5 days ago
Javier Gutiérrez participates in a Q&A session, with the help of a translator, following the screening of his film “Marshland (La Isla Minima)” at the Cosford Cinema Saturday afternoon. Isabella Cueto // Assistant News Editor A small crowd formed a... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Canada didn't get stolen by Prime Minister Stephen HarperOkay, kidlets. Time to put away the beret and the Che T-shirt. This is a real
Canada didn't get stolen by Prime Minister Stephen Harper
Calgary Sun / Posted 6 days ago
Okay, kidlets. Time to put away the beret and the Che T-shirt. This is a real-life, grown-up election … so enough with the insurgent fantasies, already. Deep in every little leftie’s heart, they want to ride into a “liberated” Havana with Che and... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
PETA hails woman who comforted dying bullMadrid - The word's largest animal rights group, PETA, on Wednesday hailed the
PETA hails woman who comforted dying bull
News 24 South Africa / Posted 9 days ago
Madrid - The word's largest animal rights group, PETA, on Wednesday hailed the "bravery" of a Spanish woman who jumped into a bullring to comfort a bull just before it was slaughtered. Virginia Ruiz, a 38-year-old animal rights activist, jumped into... Read more
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The Atlantic
No, Stephen Harper Isn't Killing Canadian DemocracyThe Australians call it “the colonial cringe,” and it may explain why the most
No, Stephen Harper Isn't Killing Canadian Democracy
The Atlantic / Posted 9 days ago
The Australians call it “the colonial cringe,” and it may explain why the most influential newspaper in Canada is The New York Times. The New York Times is more influential in Canada, in fact, than it is in New York. So when The New York Times... Read more
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Daily Star
Fascist anthem accidentally played for Spanish badminton champAWKWARD: Carolina Marin cringed as the fascist version of the anthem was played
Fascist anthem accidentally played for Spanish badminton champ
Daily Star / Posted 10 days ago
AWKWARD: Carolina Marin cringed as the fascist version of the anthem was played in Jakarta The Badminton World Federation (BWF) has been forced to apologise after the massive gaffe. As the song played, gold medallist Carolina Marin stood on the... Read more
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Rappler
Spanish corruption scandals cast shadow ahead of general electionSPAIN. Belgian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Security and the Interior
Spanish corruption scandals cast shadow ahead of general election
Rappler / Posted 15 days ago
SPAIN. Belgian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Security and the Interior Jam Jambon (L) talks with Spanish Minister for Home Affairs Jorge Fernandez Diaz (R) at the start of the EU Informal meeting of Internal Security and of Migration... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
North Korea attempts to erase legacy of Japanese rule – by creating new time zoneIn China, the anniversary of Japan’s surrender from the Second World War will b
North Korea attempts to erase legacy of Japanese rule – by creating new time zone
The Globe and Mail / Posted 22 days ago
In China, the anniversary of Japan’s surrender from the Second World War will bring public holidays and a military parade that will shut down the city’s airport, one of the busiest on earth. In North Korea, people will wake up to a new time... Read more
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Orange County Register
Man sues Tustin police alleging assault, excessive forceTUSTIN – A 20-year-old man is suing the city, Tustin police and one of its vete
Man sues Tustin police alleging assault, excessive force
Orange County Register / Posted 22 days ago
TUSTIN – A 20-year-old man is suing the city, Tustin police and one of its veteran officers, alleging that the officer “physically assaulted and tackled him” for no reason, leaving him with injuries to his face and an arrest record. In the lawsuit,... Read more
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Washington Post
Why boycotting Cuba makes senseI have an idea. Instead of merely lifting the U.S. embargo on Cuba, let’s impos
Why boycotting Cuba makes sense
Washington Post / Posted 23 days ago
I have an idea. Instead of merely lifting the U.S. embargo on Cuba, let’s impose another. By all means, Washington should end its 54-year-old failed effort to strangle the Castro regime. But what the government couldn’t do, others should attempt:... Read more
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Swissinfo
Grassroots mayors embody Spain's divisions as election nearsBy John Stonestreet MADRID (Reuters) - Shortly after she took office in June,
Grassroots mayors embody Spain's divisions as election nears
Swissinfo / Posted 27 days ago
By John Stonestreet MADRID (Reuters) - Shortly after she took office in June, Madrid's left-wing anti-establishment mayor Manuela Carmena set up 'Version Original', a website her council uses to rebut media reports it considers "inexact or open to... Read more
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Reuters
Grassroots mayors embody Spain's divisions as election nearsMADRID Shortly after she took office in June, Madrid's left-wing anti-establish
Grassroots mayors embody Spain's divisions as election nears
Reuters / Posted 27 days ago
MADRID Shortly after she took office in June, Madrid's left-wing anti-establishment mayor Manuela Carmena set up 'Version Original', a website her council uses to rebut media reports it considers "inexact or open to misinterpretation". The former... Read more
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The New Age
Grassroots mayors embody Spain's divisions as election nearsShortly after she took office in June, Madrid's left-wing anti-establishment ma
Grassroots mayors embody Spain's divisions as election nears
The New Age / Posted 27 days ago
Shortly after she took office in June, Madrid's left-wing anti-establishment mayor Manuela Carmena set up 'Version Original', a website her council uses to rebut media reports it considers "inexact or open to misinterpretation". The former high... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Grassroots mayors embody Spain's divisions as election nearsMADRID: Shortly after she took office in June, Madrid's left-wing anti-establis
Grassroots mayors embody Spain's divisions as election nears
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 27 days ago
MADRID: Shortly after she took office in June, Madrid's left-wing anti-establishment mayor Manuela Carmena set up 'Version Original', a website her council uses to rebut media reports it considers "inexact or open to misinterpretation". The former... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
Grassroots mayors embody Spain's divisions as election nearsMADRID Shortly after she took office in June, Madrid's left-wing anti-establish
Grassroots mayors embody Spain's divisions as election nears
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 27 days ago
MADRID Shortly after she took office in June, Madrid's left-wing anti-establishment mayor Manuela Carmena set up 'Version Original', a website her council uses to rebut media reports it considers "inexact or open to misinterpretation". The former... Read more
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The Star
Grassroots mayors embody Spain's divisions as election nearsMADRID (Reuters) - Shortly after she took office in June, Madrid's left-wing an
Grassroots mayors embody Spain's divisions as election nears
The Star / Posted 27 days ago
MADRID (Reuters) - Shortly after she took office in June, Madrid's left-wing anti-establishment mayor Manuela Carmena set up 'Version Original', a website her council uses to rebut media reports it considers "inexact or open to... Read more
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Asian journal
Where have all the soldiers gone?IT was time once more to honor the men and women who died during moments of cel
Where have all the soldiers gone?
Asian journal / Posted 28 days ago
IT was time once more to honor the men and women who died during moments of celebration despite the bloody cost, on Tuesday, July 28, inside the protective cocoon of the Los Angeles City Council. It wasn’t just about the colors or uniforms. It was... Read more

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