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  • A trip to the days when Spain colonized Colombia

    Villa de Leyva and Mongui, two pueblos of stone-paved streets and houses with balconies in central Colombia, preserve enormous architectural and artisanal riches that take visitors back to the days of the Spanish conquest.

  • Argentina draws inspiration from Spain when adjusting their fiscal policies

    Alfonso Prat Gay, Argentina’s Minister for the Economy reassured potential investors in Spain that their controversial new policies are supposed to reinvigorate the economy as they did there.

  • Latin America and Spain united for the refugees

    More than 20 artists, including Spanish pop idol Antonio Orozco and rock group Estopa, have collectively recorded a new version of Joan Manuel Serrat’s poetic classic “Mediterráneo” to bring attention to the current plight of refugees in the Mediterranean.

  • Rajoy, Trump and Latin American countries

    According to Rajoy's office, the Prime Minister told Trump that Spain was in the best situation to be an interlocutor for the US in Europe, Latin America, North Africa and the Middle East.

  • Spain in front of a historic crossroad

    For more than 40 years in the political arena of Spain two parties had been dominating, the People’s Party and the PSOE Party (Spanish Socialist Workers’ Party), which alternated in power. All that changed on December 20 2015

  • Spain: Beggars in churches

    Spain: Beggars in churches

    At this pace, and despite the Church being linked with the needy, they will have to put security guards to prevent this kind of behavior 

  • The Falklands and Gibraltar

    The Falklands and Gibraltar: founded similarities or unexpected coincidence?

    Self-determination is the most controversial word when it comes to the history of these two places, but do they have more similarities than what they are aware of?

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