We need to talk about the Spanish and Catalan reactions to the Barcelona attack – even if it's not a nice conversation The Independent.
A Catholic bishop in the Central African Republic ( CAR ) has given refuge to 2,000 Muslims who are living in fear of attacks from a mainly Christian militia. Juan José Aguirre Munoz says that the refugees cannot leave the seminary's compound in the .
Once a Muslim city-state and one of Spain's oldest settlements, the city is now a sprawl, but the old town boasts the (Christian-Arab) mudéjar-style Aljafería Palace and the colossal Basilica del Pilar on the banks of the Ebro, which is where you'll.
With hindsight, officials will be regretting not moving faster to boost security measures on Las Ramblas boulevard, packed with tourists on a sunny August afternoon, after vehicle attacks elsewhere in Europe since last year. The mayor of Nice has said.
They went on to recreate it in its original Islamic ... my tour in Urdu. A view from the terracotta roofs of Cáceres. Photo: Samantha Reinders It was Madiha who tipped me off to Casa Museo Arabe, whose existence I might otherwise have left Spain without.
The 32-year-old has been described as 'suicidal' and believed to have been under the influence of drugs when he ploughed his car into the restaurant, killing the teenager and injuring a dozen others, police say. An image from the scene shows a dark.
Professional cyclist riding in the Tour of Britain is 'lucky to be alive' after crashing through the rear window of ... Daily Mail.
Back then, the FPÖ’s rat-like but charismatic leader, Jörg Haider—who died in a car crash exactly nine years ago this week ... The loquat somehow made its way from China to Spain to Germany, where it partnered up with a French spirit to make.
Due to its position, it was very easy to defend and was the capital of Spain for a long time ... Apparently, many of the builders at the time were Muslim which meant that many of the buildings – religious buildings included, were in the a more Arabic.
SS: You know, in Canada or the UK, central government allowed secession referendums, treated them with respect - and persuaded people to stay, peacefully. Why didn’t the same happen in Spain ... because some radical Islamic movements are against the.
After the fifth low-tech terrorist attack this year alone in the U.K. — not to mention a spate of attacks across Europe since 2014, and earlier — it is time for governments to reevaluate their approach. .... Spain has a forward-leaning posture on.