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All Posts Tagged With: "Spain"

Preserving memories of terror and loss in Argentina

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Preserving memories of terror and loss in Argentina

Worldfocus contributing blogger Peter Eisner writes about the process of memorializing state-sponsored terror in Argentina and Spain. On a recent visit to Argentina, he visited the memorial at the River Plate, which pays homage to thousands disappeared during Argentina's "Dirty War."

Posted: March 30, 2010 11:46   Comments: 2
Economic contagion spreads throughout Eurozone

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Economic contagion spreads throughout Eurozone

A wave of unrest is building across Europe, as governments there seek to impose austerity measures. Several European countries -- Greece, Spain and Ireland -- are deeply in debt and under intense pressure to slash spending. For more, Martin Savidge interviews John Authers, and Deutsche Welle reports from around Europe.

Posted: February 24, 2010 17:17   Comments: 20
Economic troubles in Eurozone may spread elsewhere

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Economic troubles in Eurozone may spread elsewhere

Lawmakers in Portugal today defeated a plan to cut government spending, adding to fears that financial crisis will spread across the region. Daljit Dhaliwal spoke with Marcus Mabry, international business editor of The New York Times, about a potential European financial meltdown.

Posted: February 5, 2010 16:40   Comments: 9
Southern Eurozone countries risk defaulting on debt

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Southern Eurozone countries risk defaulting on debt

Today there was another reminder of just how fragile the world economy remains. The budget deficits of Greece, Portugal and Spain -- nations that use the Euro -- exceed 8 percent of GDP and could impact the economic fortunes of countries far from Southern Europe. These governments risk defaulting on their debts by failing to control spending.

Posted: February 5, 2010 13:13   Comments: 19
Tracking the legality of same-sex marriage around the world

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Tracking the legality of same-sex marriage around the world

This week, two men in Argentina became the first homosexual married couple in Latin America. Although legal recognition of civil unions exist in various regions worldwide, there are only seven countries that permit the marriage of same-sex couples: the Netherlands, Belgium, Canada, Spain, Norway, Sweden and South Africa.

Posted: December 29, 2009 16:32   Comments: 17
Spanish judge under fire for opening old wounds

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Spanish judge under fire for opening old wounds

Baltasar Garzón, Spain's most prominent jurist, has come under fire for investigating atrocities during the dictatorship of Francisco Franco three-quarters of a century ago, writes Worldfocus blogger Peter Eisner.

Posted: September 10, 2009 11:44   Comments: 0
Tiny territory of Gibraltar has a colorful past and present

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Tiny territory of Gibraltar has a colorful past and present

The self-governing British territory of Gibraltar has a colorful history, writes Worldfocus blogger Peter Eisner. The outcropping of rock was a strategic fortress for Britain and the Allies during World War II, and today remains a source of tension between Britain and Spain.

Posted: July 23, 2009 11:04   Comments: 2
World governments hope stimulus packages will stick

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World governments hope stimulus packages will stick

From the $787 billion stimulus package in the U.S. to China's $586 billion, world governments are hoping that they can lay the groundwork for economic recovery. Read what bloggers from Bahrain to Japan are going through in the global financial crisis.

Posted: May 20, 2009 14:10   Comments: 2
Once a magnet for immigrants, Spain’s jobs are vanishing

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Once a magnet for immigrants, Spain’s jobs are vanishing

For years, as Spain's economy soared, immigrants poured into the country from Africa, Eastern Europe and even South America. It was a land of opportunity -- but no longer, with jobs vanishing and antagonism growing.

Posted: March 25, 2009 16:44   Comments: 9
Spain’s olive growers face trouble with economy in the pits

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Spain’s olive growers face trouble with economy in the pits

In Spain, where the unemployment rate is the highest in Europe, almost no one is immune from the global recession -- not even the many olive growers there.

Posted: March 24, 2009 15:15   Comments: 8
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