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2016 in Review
Wow, I had not realized I'd been away from this blog for a whole year! Well, for a year in review, here are my 2016 Spain related posts on Newsvine: CANCIÓN DE NAVIDAD - Sara G (Video) The definitive Christmas song. Carols are not what they used to be... Fr...

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is a look at other Words of the Year around the world, English and
non-English. Germany’s
word was ‘flüchtlinge’ (refugees) and Denmark’s was the
English phrase ‘refugee flow.' Austria’s
was ‘willkommenkultur’ (the culture of welcome). Austria's

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'Why do Spaniards do their 'business' in the sea?' and 10 more news stories published in the El País English edition this year
My latest Newsvine posts: Why do Spaniards do their 'business' in the sea? Top 10 Spain news stories read by English-speakers this year Spain's
most popular newspaper, El País, publishes a small English-language
edition. Here are links to the the top ten ...

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El Canto de las Vihuelas performs a 16th century traditional
Spanish Christmas song called "Dadme albricias, hijos d' Eva" ("Bring
Me Gifts, Children of Eve"). Below is a link to the YouTube page of the
group, El Canto de las Vihuelas, who specialize in ...

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Spain's Anger Management - opinion piece in New York Times
Is this the dawn of a new era in Spanish politics, as some suggest?
Judging from the results of last Sunday’s election, we can safely say
that the old era has, at least, been dealt a severe blow. Read the rest of Miguel-Anxo Murado's excellent article here .

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Christmas Day 2015 Madrid (Photos) El día de Navidad 2015

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36 Hours in Madrid, Spain

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10 Trivia About Spain (Video)

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Spanish man fined for calling police slackers on Facebook; King and Queen to visit St. Augustine, Florida for its 450 birthday
Excerpts from Newsvine seeds. Click on headline for more: Spanish man fined for calling police 'slackers' on Facebook The first known individual to fall foul of Spain’s controversial new
“gag law” has spoken out against what he sees as the repression of fr...
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