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12 February 2004, MADRID – The Spanish Al Qaeda suspect flown back from the U.S. base in Guantanamo Bay will appear in court Friday.
12 February 2004, NEW YORK – Spanish food companies should exploit a great opportunity to popularise the Mediterranen diet in the United States, the Agriculture Minister said Thursday.
12 February 2004, BARCELONA – A businessman was fined EUR 600 for not printing labels in Catalan as well as Spanish, it was reported Thursday.
12 February 2004, MARBELLA – A crackdown against organised crime in the Costa del Sol was launched Thursday.
12 February 2004, NEW YORK – Spanish food companies should exploit a great opportunity to popularise the Mediterranean diet in the United States, the Agriculture Minister said Thursday.
12 February 2004, MADRID – Spanish prime minister Jose Maria Aznar was under fire Thursday to “urgently explain” the country’s position over Iraq following an attack in which five soldiers were injured.
11 February 2004, BILBAO – Spanish police arrested Wednesday three suspected members of the violent anti-capitalist organisation GRAPO in two raids in the Basque region, authorities reported.
11 February 2004, MADRID – Pablo Picasso “was not stingy or selfish, and he did not manipulate women,” according to a grandson of the Spanish artist, it was reported Wednesday.
11 February 2004, MADRID – Iberia airlines cancelled 21 flights between Spain and Paris Orly airport Wednesday after a strike by French air traffic controllers.