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Canaries – the last refuge of the Atlanteans?

The Canary Islands, led by Tenerife, are one of the most mysterious places in the world. Mysterious ancient structures, caves,…

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Tips

12 interesting facts about world population change

The world's population is more than simply a set of statistics; it's a fascinating issue worth looking into more.

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Global

After 30 years, the Spanish ghost village is completely above water

The Spanish ghost village of Aceredo was completely flooded in 1992. Due to the ongoing drought in the region, the…

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History

How Spain worked for fascists behind the back of the whole world

World War II brought much grief and death, but while some countries fought fiercely against the enemy, others supported them…

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Global

Spanish scientists test brain implant in blind woman: ‘I could see shapes and letters again’

Scientists at the University Miguel Hernández de Elche in Alicante, Spain, have developed a brain implant that will enable blind…

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History

Santa Cruz de Rhodes: Church that survived Black Plague and pirates

In northeastern Catalonia, Spain, Santa Cruz de Rhodes is an abandoned medieval chapel. Near the Sierra de Rodes mountain range,…

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Africa

2-tons weight: an “exceptional” catch off the Moroccan coast

A two-ton gigantic sunfish was found off the Moroccan coast near Ceuta. Before being released into the water, it was…

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Global

Chaos at Spanish award ceremony: Famous writer turns out to be pseudonym for 3 men

Carmen Mola, a well-known female novelist, was a pen name for three male authors. The audience was informed of this…

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Africa

Twelve migrants missing off the Spanish coast

Rescue services were looking for 12 migrants missing off the coast of Spain on Sunday. Their boat capsized while attempting…

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Top 5

10 most dangerous places on Earth

Landscapes of the Earth are amazing; they make people travel to the end of the world. But there are many…

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Columns

Bullfighting festival in Spain canceled after bulls are called ‘Feminista’ and ‘Nigeriano’

The northern Spanish city of Gijón has banned its centuries-old annual bullfighting festival. Not because of the animal cruelty, but…

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History

Rio Tinto: half-dead river

In the southwest of Spain, in the Andalusian Sierra Morena mountains, the Rio Tinto River flows. It carries its waters…

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