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2012-03-08 08:00:00

Beaming White, a leading American teeth whitening manufacturer, opens new European headquarters and separate 4,000 SF warehouse facility in Barcelona, Spain. Beaming White´s sales tripled in 2011, pushing them to expand their overseas operations and establish the Barcelona location. Barcelona, Spain (PRWEB) March 08, 2012 Beaming White has served the dental and salon/spa teeth whitening industry for four years yet has grown to be the leading teeth whitening supplier to the beauty...

2009-11-11 17:36:04

Jihadist networks "have been trying to implement their structure in Spain" since the 2004 Madrid train bombings, and therefore it is necessary for police authorities to "design and implement solutions to reduce the magnitude of the jihadist structural phenomenon in Spain". Those are the conclusions of a work document prepared by Javier Jordán Enamorado, professor of the Department of Political and Administration Sciences of the University of Granada (Spain) and expert on jihadist...

2006-07-08 07:38:11

VALENCIA, Spain (Reuters) - Pope Benedict made the first stop of his trip to Spain on Saturday at the metro station where an underground train derailed this week to pray for 42 people killed and dozens of injured and bereaved. The papal convoy stopped at the Jesus metro station on its way into town from the airport. The Pope, who was greeted by tens of thousands of cheering people on his way into the center of this coastal city, left his popemobile briefly to pray and lay a wreath at...

2005-10-13 11:23:37

By Zakia Abdennebi OUJDA, Morocco (Reuters) - Illegal migrants from sub-Saharan Africa prepared to leave Morocco on Thursday, drawing a full circle on a perilous journey marked by humiliation, beatings and killings. "I left my home in Mali three years ago with 800 euro in my pocket," said Mohamed Saieba, 28, before flying out of the eastern town of Oujda, transit point for thousands of Africans trying to enter Europe illegally. "I walked through the desert in Algeria and Morocco...

2005-10-12 12:29:38

By Marie-Louise Moller LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - Thousands more illegal migrants are heading for Spain's north African enclaves, whose razor-wire borders hundreds have already stormed to get into the European Union, the bloc said on Wednesday. The EU's top immigration official said the problem of African migrants gate-crashing the outposts of Melilla and Ceuta or finding other ways to reach Europe was enormous, and it was time to act. In recent weeks, hundreds of migrants have tried to...

2005-10-12 09:49:13

By Lamine Ghanmi RABAT (Reuters) - Morocco, under pressure to staunch an inrush of immigrants into Spain, flew 139 illegal migrants back to Mali on Wednesday and vowed to continue with the mass deportations despite sharp criticism from the United Nations. Moroccan officials added that Rabat expects to reach a new agreement with Spain to bolster its struggle against illegal immigration, which has taken on new urgency in recent weeks since hundreds of migrants stormed the Spanish North...

2005-10-11 11:59:13

Please read 'meeting' instead of 'summit' throughout story A corrected version follows: RABAT (Reuters) - Morocco on Tuesday flew 140 illegal migrants home to Senegal and agreed with Spain to host an African-European meeting to stem the surge in illegal migration from Africa to the prosperous European Union. A further 400 illegal migrants are expected to be deported later in the day to Senegal and Mali, according to authorities in the northeastern city of Oujda, near the border with...

2005-10-11 12:15:55

RABAT (Reuters) - Morocco on Tuesday flew 140 illegal migrants home to Senegal and agreed with Spain to host an African-European meeting to stem the surge in illegal migration from Africa to the prosperous European Union. A further 400 illegal migrants are expected to be deported later in the day to Senegal and Mali, according to authorities in the northeastern city of Oujda, near the border with Algeria. Morocco on Monday sent home 280 migrants from Senegal. It was the first...

2005-10-11 11:15:09

RABAT (Reuters) - Morocco on Tuesday flew 140 illegal migrants to Senegal and agreed with Spain to host an African-European summit to stem the surge in illegal immigration from the continent to the prosperous European bloc. Another 400 illegal migrants are expected to be deported later in the day to Senegal and Mali, according to authorities in the northeastern city of Oujda, near the border with Algeria. Morocco on Monday sent home 280 migrants from Senegal. It was the first...


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pungle
  • To take pains; labor assiduously with little progress.
This word comes from the Spanish 'pongale,' put it.
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