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"It's a country with magnificent variety," says John R. Rosenberg , dean of the College of Humanities.
Elche midfielder Michael Anaba admits he's still developing as a player and not obsessed about breaking into the first team of the Spanish side.
Federal forecasters calculated that for most of the Earth, last month was one of the hottest Marchs on record - except in the United States.
Spain's Justice Minister Alberto Ruiz-GallardA3n is thinking mostly about symbolism, which is important-but his offer will also have a real impact on many people's lives.
A restaurant opening this Summer in Spain is looking to take the title of world's most expensive tasting menu.
The continuing economic turmoil has resulted in considerable financial constraints on consumers, resulting in a steady fall in revenue since 2008.
A 5,000 year old rock painting in the cave defined as World Heritage Site by UNESCO in southern Spanish Andalusia, has been "irreparably" damaged by thieves who tried to steal an artwork by cutting it out of a rock.
As if Carmen Electra as White Party Queen were not electrifying enough, Jeffrey Sanker is giving party-goers a full-throated performance of dynamic DJ duo Bent Collective at the White Party's 25th anniversary edition.
An unnamed Spanish biker claims the 45-year-old German knocked him off his motorcycle as they crossed paths at a roundabout in Seville, Spain.
The goalkeeper has been in outstanding form for Atletico Madrid this season, but he feared he would miss out on the biggest occasion of his career when the Spaniards drew Chelsea in the last four.
A group of scientists, academics and prominent writers accused British Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday of stoking sectarian divisions through his repeated description of Britain as a "Christian country".
PHT Corporation announced the promotion of Vice President of Service Delivery Andrea Valente to Chief Operating Officer.
And now the mayor of the small Spanish town of Castrillo Matajudios - which means Castrillo Kill Jews in English - has said residents will get the opportunity to vote on a name change.
This biofilm of the fungus Candida albicans grew on a catheter surface. The fungi bodies exist in multiple forms, some just a few micrometers long while more mature forms can stretch for tens of micrometers.
A 57-year-old man was arrested in Thessaloniki on Sunday after being found in possession of 68,000 packets of contraband cigarettes.
There was a marked reduction in the number of people leaving Athens on Good Friday and Easter Saturday this year compared to 2013, according to statistics provided by the traffic police.
Police were unable to arrest on Saturday two men that failed to stop their vehicle when asked to pull over in the eastern Athens neighborhood of Ilissia and then opened fire on officers who pursued them.