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2008-10-30 18:00:13

A car bomb exploded at a Spanish university Thursday, injuring 17 people, in an attack authorities blamed on the Basque separatist group ETA. The explosion at the University of Navarra in Pamplona set off a massive blaze as fuel tanks in nearby parked cars caught fire, Bernardino Leon, a university professor, told the Spanish Antena 3 TV network. The 17 injured suffered from glass cuts and hearing problems, a spokeswoman for Clinica Universitaria de Navarra, across the street from the...

2006-04-18 02:58:35

By Pamela Rolfe MADRID (Hollywood Reporter) - Few investigative journalists can say their articles altered the course of history. Those who can are studied in journalism schools and become the subject of movies. Rarely do they switch careers to become film producers, successfully bringing their probes to the big screen. But that is exactly the tale of Melchor Miralles, arguably Spain's premier investigative journalist -- now the head of production house Mundo Ficcion. For any...

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