Authorities in Anguilla have released new details in an investigation involving a U.S. financial adviser charged with killing a hotel worker, a case that has caused racial tensions on a Caribbean island that caters to wealthy vacationers.
In a remote village of northeastern India, locals have been "growing" bridges from living trees for hundreds of years. You wouldn't be wrong to say that these looks like something out of an Indiana Jones movie.
The Valley of the Fallen outside Madrid seems peaceful enough on a sunny spring day but, with national elections just around the corner, its distinction as the burial place of Francisco Franco has turned it into a political battleground.
The regulation in government debate makes its way to Arizona—with concerns of overregulation for jobs that make up almost 25-percent of the nation’s workforce—occupational licensing jobs that include barbers, realtors, nurses, bus drivers, respiratory therapists, security guards, teacher assistants—the list goes on. This debate in the Valley of the Sun is over a bill that could set the tone in the nation when it comes to loosening occupational licensing requirements.
Spain will on June 10 exhume the remains of dictator Francisco Franco from the Valley of the Fallen mausoleum and take his body to be reburied, the Socialist government announced on Friday in one of its last moves before a snap election due on April 28.
Spain will exhume the remains of dictator Francisco Franco from the Valley of the Fallen mausoleum and will take his body to be reburied in another location outside of Madrid on June 10, Deputy Prime Minister Carmen Calvo said on Friday.
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