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The SwampBy Jim Tankersley This is the story of a Spanish study that rankled green groups last year as the House debated climate legislation, and of how the Energy Department came to publish a "rebuttal" of that study - touching off......
Special to The TimesGirona, Spain For Aida Oceransky, life as a Jew in Spain today isn't the silent burden it used to be. When she emigrated here from her native Mexico in 1968, Oceransky didn't dare talk about her family's Ukrainian Jewish past. All the Jews she knew in...
Tags: Christianity, Arts and Culture, Restaurants, Europe, Government
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterPeņafiel, Spain From the parapet of the castle ruins, the world spread out before us, bathed in the soft colors of the early evening. The valley of the Duero River, its banks dotted with white stone hamlets, stretched to the horizon, and medieval...
The three bombs that brought terror to the London Underground last week exploded within seconds of one another, according to new information disclosed by authorities Saturday. Investigators previously thought the bombs were about 26 minutes apart, but...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSomeone finally told Hugo Chavez to shut up, and the Spanish-speaking world can hardly stop talking about it. The verbal slap to the Venezuelan president came from none other than King Juan Carlos I of Spain, providing fodder for satirists from Mexico...
Tags: YouTube, Hugo Chavez, Argentina, Business, Documentary (genre)
Special to the Chicago TribuneTravel insurance deserves strong consideration in today's tourism climate, despite incomprehensible forms and policies, not to mention the additional cost. Standard policies cover trip cancellation and interruption; lost, stolen and delayed baggage;...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterA commercial airliner bound for the Canary Islands with at least 173 people aboard crashed during takeoff today at Madrid's ultramodern Barajas airport, exploding in flames and killing most people on board. The Madrid regional government confirmed at...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIt was a troubled flight from the beginning. One attempt at takeoff was aborted. Departure was delayed by more than an hour. Passengers, many of them parents traveling with their young children, were grumpy and hot, eager to get on with it, to start their...
Bolivia Three deaths from dengue hemorrhagic fever prompted officials to declare a health emergency in the provinces of Santa Cruz, Beni, Pando and Cochabamba, all in the hot, wet lowlands ideal for mosquitoes. The mosquito that transmits the disease...
GETTING THERE A recent check of flights in early June from Chicago to Madrid found a low fare of $1,058, including taxes and fees, for a one-stop flight on US Airways. Cost aside, I've had a bit more legroom and better food when I've chosen carriers that...
MADRID, Spain - A Spanish airliner bound for the Canary Islands at the height of the vacation season crashed, burned and broke into pieces Wednesday while trying to take off from Madrid, killing 153 people on board, officials said. There were only 19...
Tags: Trips and Vacations, Sweden, Spain, Health, Disasters
A Syrian-born terror suspect, reportedly sought in connection with the London bombings, is a fugitive in a Spanish case linked to Sept. 11 and was already wanted under a $5 million bounty offered by the United States. Mustafa Setmariam Nasar, 47, was...
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