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Since the first democratic elections in Spain, some 23.7% of ministers have not had a political party card when handing over their portfolio.
In a poll released Monday, one in four Germans said they would be happy to have a microchip implanted in their body if solid benefits were gained from having it.
Russian President Dmitriy Medvedev has played down the possibility of a new cold war and advised the next US president to concentrate on the national economy, not on arguments with Russia.
Spain may be better known throughout the world for bull fighting than animal rights, but its parliament declared support on Wednesday for the right to life and freedom of the nationâ€™s great apes.
MADRID (Reuters) - Hundreds of illegal migrants reached the shores of Spain's Canary Islands at the weekend after traveling in wooden boats from West Africa, the islands' emergency services said on Saturday. Six boats carrying 506 people landed on Tenerife and La Gomera on Friday.
By Jason Webb MADRID (Reuters) - Basque separatist group ETA said on Friday peace talks with the Spanish government were in crisis and threatened to respond to what it called the repression of pro-independence activists.
The leftist candidate who lost last week's contested Mexican presidential election screened what he called video proof of fraud on Monday and refused to commit to accepting a court ruling on the results.
By Philip Pullella and Jane Barrett VALENCIA, Spain (Reuters) - Pope Benedict wound up a quick trip to Valencia on Sunday, implicitly condemning some key social legislation of Spain's Socialist government and stressing that marriage had to be heterosexual and for life.
Pope Benedict wound up a quick trip to Valencia on Sunday, implicitly condemning some key social legislation of Spain's Socialist government and stressing that marriage had to be heterosexual and for life.
- Emitting flashes of light; glittering.