NPR's Lauren Frayer referred the new abortion law in Spain as the toughest one in Europe. She said in Thursday's morning edition that it is the conservative ideology of the ruling party to propose an abortion law that only allows abortion to rape victims or mothers whose life are at risk because of pregnancy.
Spain is making its reappearance on the Tour map with a new two-tier event. This may not be the richest event on the schedule but, it is hopeful that the country could be on the way to golfing revival.
The _600,000 NH Collection Open is organized at La Reserva de Sotogrande Club de Golf from April 3 to April 6. Players from both the main PGA European Tour and the second-tier Challenge Tour will compete in the event.
This will be the European Tour's very first visit to the Andalucia venue, which was opened in 2004.
Prince William has gone on a hunting spree just days before launching a high profile campaign to highlight poaching and the illegal wildlife trade.
Prince Harry - the second in line to the throne - also accompanied his brother to hunt wild boar and stag in Spain on Thursday. The hunting mission will take place at an estate in rural Cordoba, which belongs to one of the wealthiest men in Britain, the Duke of Westminster.
For some time now, euro was witnessing a hard phase. It has now been found that things have been improving in Europe when it comes to financial aspect.
This has led some of the governments of the region to raise money on bond markets. It was expected that they must be witnessing some difficulties, but complete opposite to the same has been revealed.
With marginal euro-zone markets such as Portugal and Spain continuing to increase, European stocks closed by record levels on Wednesday. This is because the leasing costs decreased in those countries
Investors are also considering regional data ahead of a forthcoming European Central Bank conference. The Stoxx Europe 600 index XX:SXXP +0.11% rose 0.1% to close at 329.75. This is highest closing value since May 19, 2008 and is not far-off from its closing value on Wednesday, which were 329.40
According to a latest report, tiny Italian island of Lampedusa, which is situated off the North African coast, continues to be in the limelight and make controversial headlines.
Sources said recently a video footage of the area was made in which the inhumane conditions at the island's reception centre for migrants have been condemned.
It has been shown in the video that the Africans were hosed outdoors during the treatment procedure for scabies.
The European film industry stares at closure because of less movie attendance and strict measures taken by the government coupled along with Europe's highest VAT on ticket sales.
Fox's The Croods occupies top position in Spain's 2013 ticket sales with $18.5 million, followed by Universal's Despicable Me 2 with sales of $17.5 million and World War Z, with sales of $16.3 million.
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