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22 January 2004, ALICANTE – A British man was stabbed to death in a fight, police sources said on Thursday.
22 January 2004, MADRID – The number of smokers in Spain has fallen to below one in three, according to a survey published Thursday.
22 January 2004, MARBELLA – Alfonso de Hohenlohe-Langenburg, whose dynamism turned the Spanish fishing village of Marbella into a world-famous resort, has died aged 79, it was reported Thursday.
21 January 2004, REUS – Angry passengers with Irish no-frills airline Ryanair bombarded the company with complaints Wednesday after flights were temporarily suspended between Reus in Catalonia and Stansted airport outside of London.
21 January 2004, MADRID – French Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy arrived in Spain Wednesday for talks on continuing cooperation between the two countries in cracking down on the Basque terrorist organisation ETA.
21 January 2004, LEIDA – Four skinheads who shouted “Long live Franco!” before attacking a woman in a bar were handed jail terms Wednesday.
21 January 2004, BARCELONA – Police have arrested six suspected members of an international kidnapping gang who were in the country to seize a major drug dealer, authorities said Wednesday.
21 January 2004, MADRID – The Government defended a publicity campaign Wednesday which was halted after complaints from the opposition that it was being used unfairly during the run-up to the general election.
21 January 2004, MADRID – Spaniards have built up debts of half a billion euros – the highest rise ever, the Bank of Spain said Wednesday.