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  • Nakache and Toldedano's 'Samba' to Close San Sebastian

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - MADRID -- "Samba," Oliver Nakache and Eric Toldedano's follow-up to B.O. behemoth "The Intouchables," will close Spain's 62nd San Sebastian Festival on Sept. 27. Co-produced, distributed in France and sold worldwide by...
  • Water Polo: Local trio going for gold

    Water Polo: Local trio going for gold
    The best 18-and-under girls' water polo players from around the world are descending on Madrid, Spain this weekend for the FINA Youth World Championships. Three of them happen to be from Newport Beach. They are Mater Dei High graduate Brianna Daboub,...
  • Barcelona residents fight back against drunken, naked tourists

    Barcelona residents fight back against drunken, naked tourists
    A record tourism year may be a boost for Spain's struggling economy, but in one corner of Barcelona residents are furious about drunken holidaymakers and a new fad for carousing naked in public. People of La Barceloneta, tucked behind a beachfront...
  • U.S. vulnerable without big names: Prigioni

    BELGRADE (Reuters) - Hosts Spain and several other teams are capable of defeating a United States side missing their biggest names at the Aug. 30-Sept. 14 basketball World Cup, New York Knicks playmaker Pablo Prigioni told Reuters. The 37-year-old...
  • Moreno becomes Liverpool's eighth recruit of the window

    LONDON (Reuters) - Liverpool made their eighth signing of the transfer window when they bought Spain left back Alberto Moreno from Europa League winners Sevilla for an undisclosed fee on Saturday. According to media reports, the transfer takes the...
  • New act, new clowns, new laughs at Cirque du Soleil's 'La Nouba'

     New act, new clowns, new laughs at Cirque du Soleil's 'La Nouba'
    Not all laughs are created equal. Just ask the new clowns in Cirque du Soleil's "La Nouba." "When the people smile, I feel safe. I feel comfortable," says Pablo Gomis López in Spanish. "When I see all the world laughing, I feel at home." Gomis López...
  • Spain and Morocco break up suspected jihadist recruitment network

    MADRID (Reuters) - Moroccan police, working in collaboration with Spanish authorities, have broken up a network suspected of recruiting fighters for the Iraqi-Syrian jihadist group Islamic State, and arrested nine people, Spain said on Thursday. All...
  • Exploring the ancient legacies of Peru

    Where do you go for vacation when much of your working life revolves around the history of America's oldest English-speaking region? If your wife's roots lie in South America — and she's drawn by the past, too — you might find yourself...
  • Pictures in the News | August 13, 2014

     
    Wednesday's Pictures in the News begins in the mid-west, where demonstrators continue to protest the killing of teenager Michael Brown outside Greater St. Marks Family Church, as Brown's family along with civil rights leader Rev. Al Sharpton met inside to...
  • Mad about Madrid: A 24-hour guide to Spain's capital in a land of fiestas and siestas

    Mad about Madrid: A 24-hour guide to Spain's capital in a land of fiestas and siestas
    The clink of a cafe con leche against a china saucer, the clatter of horse hooves on cobblestones, the laughter of tartan-clad children sent to retrieve a baguette from the ambulant baker: These are the telltale sounds of Madrid rising to greet another...
  • A spiritual musical journey wraps up in a cave

    Milton Carrero wants you to get more than enjoyment from his music. "Music, for me, is not just for entertainment. It is for unity and healing, and helping people work through stagnant emotions," says Carrero, an Upper Macungie Township resident. I call...