Burgos, Spain Newswire

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  1. After Almost 1,000 Years, Spanish Village's Name - With...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | TheBlaze.com

    Castrillo Matajudios translates to "Castrillo Kill Jews" and is believed to have originated during the Medieval period, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency reported .

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  2. Spanish village changing anti-Jewish name?Read the original story

    Sunday Apr 13 | Dear Kitty

    Maureen Tobin Stanley, associate professor of Spanish language, literature, and culture at the University of Minnesota, Duluth, spoke at Vanderbilt University Oct. 23 as part of the Holocaust Lecture Series.

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  3. Spanish Village Called "Kill Jews" Thinking About Maybe Changing NameRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 13 | Gawker

    A northern Spanish village will vote next week on whether or not to keep its current name "Castrillo Matajudios," which translates as "Castrillo Kill Jews."

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  4. Spanish village called 'kill Jews' considers name changeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 13 | The Independent

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  5. Spanish 'Kill Jews' village considers changing its name to drop anti-Semitic phraseRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 12 | Russia Taday

    A Spanish village, whose Inquisition-era name contains the phrase "kill Jews", is considering changing its name to its original and more peaceful one that means "Jews' Hill".

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  6. Town finally mulls name change for a Kill Jewsa adopted during Spanish InquisitionRead the original story

    Saturday Apr 12 | Washington Times

    Spanish Villagers of "Kill Jews" in Northern Spain are finally coming around to the idea that their town name, which has been in existence since the Spanish Inquisition, needs to go.

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  7. Spanish village called 'kill Jews' considering name changeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 11 | Jerusalem Post

    Northern Spanish village of Castrillo Matajudios to convene town hall meeting to vote on changing name of village changed during Inquisition.

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  8. Spain Village May Change 'Jew Killer' NameRead the original story

    Friday Apr 11 | Forward

    The village of Castrillo Matajudios near Leon in northern Spain will convene its 60 resident families at a town hall meeting next week to discuss and vote on the first formal proposal to change the village's name, the regional daily Diario de Burgos reported Friday.

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  9. Foreign Frackers Now Find Comfort in Water-Hungry Spain: EnergyRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 3 | The Washington Post

    These days, energy companies from Texas, Canada and Ireland are going after exploration and drilling permits in hopes of capitalizing on geology that indicates Spain has a sizable chunk of the 883 trillion cubic feet of natural gas in shale estimated to sit under Europe.

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  10. Foreign Frackers Now Find Comfort in Water-Hungry Spain: EnergyRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 3 | The Washington Post

    These days, energy companies from Texas, Canada and Ireland are going after exploration and drilling permits in hopes of capitalizing on geology that indicates Spain has a sizable chunk of the 883 trillion cubic feet of natural gas in shale estimated to sit under Europe.

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  11. 600 Exhibitors Partake in Chilean Air ShowRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 26 | Hispanically Speaking

    The 2014 International Air and Space Show, or FIDAE, has opened in Santiago, Chile, where nearly 600 exhibitors from 43 countries are showing off the latest in aerospace and defense industry equipment.

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  12. Spanish disaffection mounts despite improving economyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 26 | CNN

    Until recently, Spaniards associated this chilly capital of the northern Castille region mainly with its magnificent Gothic cathedral and morcilla, or pork blood sausage.

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  13. Spaniards still furious as pulse of sluggish economy slowly picks upRead the original story

    Monday Mar 24 | San Jose Mercury News

    People walk along a street Jan. 11 in Burgos, Spain, after clashes between police and demonstrators protesting imminent construction to revamp the city's main thoroughfare.

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  14. Spaniards still furious as pulse of sluggish economy slowly picks upRead the original story

    Monday Mar 24 | Chico Enterprise-Record

    People walk along a street Jan. 11 in Burgos, Spain, after clashes between police and demonstrators protesting imminent construction to revamp the city's main thoroughfare.

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  15. Clashes at end of month-long 'march for...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 22 | Bangkok Post

    Violence flared as tens of thousands descended on Madrid on Saturday, some having trekked from the furthest corners of Spain, at the end of a month-long "march for dignity" against the dire state of the economy.

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  16. 'Rise! Rise! We will fight!'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 22 | NEWS.com.au

    TENS of thousands of workers descended on Spain's capital where they clashed with police as they protested against tough austerity policies.

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  17. Spain's wine surplus spills across planetRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 18 | Suria

    In their fields of vines in deepest Spain, the winemakers at the Jesus del Perdon cooperative smiled last August: the blend of rain and sun promised a bumper grape crop.

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  18. Robots Increase Automotive Component ProductionRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 12, 2014 | Modern Machine Shop

    ... millions of parts every year is no small feat, but for automobile component manufacturer DAU Componentes of Burgos, Spain, that level of output was made possible by incorporating two robots from ABB (Auburn Hills, Mich.). Robotic automation has ...

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  19. Wild things make hearts sing in SpainRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 7, 2014 | The Nation

    Wild Retuertas horses graze at the Donana National park, southern Spain. As farming has declined in the country, land has reverted to wilderness.

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  20. Mark Tarbell's The Tavern: The Biltmore 'Hood Gets Caviar, Lobster Rolls, and Lamb BurgersRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 6, 2014 | Phoenix New Times

    When a new spot opens in town, we can't wait to check it out -- and let you know our initial impressions, share a few photos, and dish about some menu items.

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