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The survey also showed a majority of economists believe the United States' economic recovery will accelerate next year.
From the Diabetes, Obesity, and Human Reproduction Research Group, Universidad de AlcalA , Madrid, Spain; Hospital Universitario RamA3n y Cajal, Madrid, Spain; and Instituto RamA3n y Cajal de InvestigaciA3n Sanitaria and Centro de InvestigaciA3n BiomA©dica en Red Diabetes y Enfermedades MetabA3licas Asociadas , Madrid, Spain.
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A barely used Spanish airport that cost $1.5 billion to build, and became a symbol of the country's wasteful spending ahead of an economic downturn, has gone on sale for a minimum price of 100 million euros.
Martha Frayde Barraqué, a founder and leading figure of Cuba's human rights movement and a sharp critic of the Fidel and Raúl Castro governments for decades, died Wednesday in Madrid, Spain.
Two former Spanish police officers accused of torturing people during the country's Franco dictatorship have said they will fight extradition to Argentina, where a judge acting on the principle of universal jurisdiction has issued warrants for their arrests.
In this Oct. 5, 2013 file photo, unemployed people queue outside a government unemployment office in Madrid, Spain.
A recent guest column by Mike Duncan of the American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity was inaccurate and played fast and loose with the facts.
People queue to enter an unemployment registry office in Madrid, Spain, Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013.
World shares fall for a second day and gold slumps to a near five-month low, after a batch of upbeat U.S. economic data confirms the Federal Reserve's tilt towards reducing its stimulus.
CCS Florida racers Rodolfo Ramirez Sean Dwyer and Bruno Silva in action. Photo by Lisa Theobald, courtesy of CCS Florida.
Protestors are seen through a Spanish flag during a demonstration against corruption and demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, in Madrid, Spain, on Oct. 5. Corruption in Spain, reeling from the effects of the economic crisis, worsened, according to the annual Corruption Perception Index released Tuesday.
For at least a day, the Phillies won't be parting with anyone. The club offered all five arbitration-eligible players contracts before The nine Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative states have signed onto a letter to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency encouraging other states to They walked the same halls at the University of Delaware as ... (more)