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Worried expats who moved to the Spanish Costas assess possible effects of UK’s leave vote on their pensions and healthcare

'I'm devastated – it's unbelievable': Brits in Spain react to Brexit

This is what a secure border looks like ....

Better call before you come over. I'd call if I were you. I don't live w/an Army fellow, but a Marine. There be dragons & booby traps and stuff!

♡ Cesar Chavez

Cesar Chavez farm worker, civil rights activist, labor leader, animal rights activist & vegan.

Cómo son las distintas generaciones que conviven en el trabajo #infografia #infographic

Cómo son las distintas generaciones que conviven en el trabajo #infografia #infographic

'Yes he can!' How Spanish indignado Pablo Iglesias aims to use a wave of protest to build 'a decent country' Podemos came out of nowhere to win 1.2 million votes. Registered in March this year with the intention of turning the anger of Spain's indignados into real political change, Podemos became the third political force in many regions of Spain, including Madrid.

'Yes he can!' How Spanish indignado Pablo Iglesias aims to use a wave of protest to build 'a decent country'

' How Spanish indignado Pablo Iglesias aims to use a wave of protest to build 'a decent country'

Rigoberta Menchu, Nobel de Paz en 1992 por su lucha indigenista. Guatemala

Rigoberta Menchu, Nobel de Paz en 1992 por su lucha indigenista. Guatemala

Thousands of Spanish homeowners on a 200km stretch of Mediterranean coastline have suffered a month of sleepless nights after a wave of minor earthquakes. Many people, including the country’s Minister of Industry, say a massive offshore gas storage plant could be to blame. More than 300 earthquakes, some of them as strong as 4.2 on the Richter scale, have struck the region of northern Valencia and the southern tip of Catalonia, which is not known for seismic activity

Spanish coast hit by waves of earth tremors linked to huge offshore gas storage plant

Thousands of Spanish homeowners on a 200km stretch of Mediterranean coastline have suffered a month of sleepless nights after a wave of minor earthquakes. Many people, including the country’s Minister of Industry, say a massive offshore gas storage plant could be to blame. More than 300 earthquakes, some of them as strong as 4.2 on the Richter scale, have struck the region of northern Valencia and the southern tip of Catalonia, which is not known for seismic activity

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