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Topic - El Mundo
El Mundo can refer to:*El Mundo (Spain), Spanish newspaper*El Mundo (Colombia), Colombian newspaper based in Medellín *El Mundo (Venezuela), Venezuelan newspaper*El Mundo (Puerto Rico), Puerto Rican newspaper*El Mundo (Argentina), Argentine newspaper*El Mundo (Bolivia), Bolivian newspaper*El Mundo (Cuba), former Cuban newspaper*El Mundo (Nevada), List of newspapers in Nevada*El Mundo (California), California newspapers based in San Francisco.*El Mundo (El Salvador), El Salvador newspapers*El Mundo (game), four player tables game described in the Alfonso X manuscript*El Mundo (album), first album by Mitsou. - Source: Wikipedia
Tom Timmermann, St.Louis Post-Dispatch, United States
VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis has made another one of his cold calls to wish a group of nuns in a Spanish convent Happy New Year. Only he got their answering machine, instead.
Pope Francis has made another one of his cold calls to wish a group of nuns in a Spanish convent Happy New Year. Only he got their answering machine, instead.
Members of a group affiliate with al Qaeda have kidnapped two experienced Spanish journalists in Syria, the newspaper El Mundo said on Tuesday.
A newspaper in Spain says it’s going to supply a prosecutor with the necessary documents to prove that the National Security Agency did in fact tap into millions of Spanish civilian telephone calls.
A newspaper in Spain has issued a scathing report on the latest in the U.S. National Security Agency's surveillance actions, accusing the spy group of tapping into more than 60 million telephone calls in the country — in a single month's time.
With European outrage over American surveillance reaching the boiling point, the White House on Monday recast the U.S. as the defender of not only its own security interests but also those of other nations across the globe.
U.S. rock star Jon Bon Jovi and his band are waiving their performance fee for a concert in Madrid as a gesture to their Spanish fans hit hard by the country's severe economic crisis.
A “secret” Facebook group of foreign correspondents and human rights activists quickly devolved into an anti-Israel hate-fest on Tuesday following the release of a new Israeli government report that cleared the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) of wrongdoing in the 2000 death of a Palestinian boy.
Frank Lampard earned the top spot in the weekly Associated Press global soccer poll for the first time after setting Chelsea's career goals record.
Spanish players carried the Euro 2012 championship trophy back to their native land Monday, ready to accept a hero's welcome and lead their economically troubled nation in a second night of jubilant celebration.
Out with feckless politicians, in with Spain's unforgettable soccer stars?
A Stradivarius cello housed at the Spanish Royal Palace was broken in an accident, an official said Monday. The instrument could be worth more than $20 million.
MADRID | King Juan Carlos of Spain managed to unite right and left, young and old, those with jobs and those without in universal outrage over his tone-deaf African hunting safari.