Three articles ranging from ETA to Franco and missing children.
The Basque terrorist organistation, ETA, which is responsible for over 800 deaths since its beginnings in the late 1960’s, has announced that it has definitely put aside armed conflict; i.e., there will be no more bombings and assassinations.
A landslide in the early hours of today has left three people trapped in their ‘cave dwelling’ in Cuevas del Almanzora (Almeria).
Autumn is Here
The older you get, the faster time flies. The signs of autumn are beginning to show here up North. The days are shorter, it is raining a lot, the forests are full of lingonberries and mushrooms and the elk hunt started today 24.9.
As everyone, he worries about the Greek misery. Obviously they invented the tragedy and perform it in a very living way. The contamination to Italy and Spain however, is his heaviest sorrow.
Five articles from the National News section of the Seaside Gazette in the October Edition. We have already published five this month, and will be publishing a further five in the coming days.
New from around Spain. Five articles of Spanish news from different areas, all either interesting, quirky or funny.
Holiday from Hell
A young British man was stabbed twice, in the abdomen and his leg, in circumstances so far unclear. The stabbing happened near a bar in Ibiza in the wee hours of the morning, and it was the young man himself who managed to find an ambulance in the area that took him swiftly to a local private hospital. Although his condition is listed as critical, he is responding favourably to treatment.
A summary of nationwide news from around Spain, gathered for the summer edition of the Seaside Gazettes by Duncan Inglis
Tomorrow marks the 75th anniversary of the beginning of the Spanish Civil War; the prelude to the Second World War in which fascist Europe took on the beleaguered Spanish Republic.