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El Gobierno de Canarias y los cabildos insulares continúan trabajando a favor de los deportes autóctonos

La Consejería de Turismo, Cultura y Deportes del Gobierno de Canarias, a través de la Dirección General de Deportes, encabezada por José Francisco Pérez, ha mantenido recientemente, en Gran Canaria, una reunión con los consejeros de Deportes de los cabildos de las Islas para agradecer, hacer balance y preparar la nueva edición de los programas: "La lucha canaria entra en la escuela" y "Juegos y Deportes Tradicionales, un valor educativo".

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Government observes how recovery in Spain translates into job creation

The Council of Ministers analysed a report that underlined the record decline in unemployment in 2016. It also approved filing a conflict of functions before the Constitutional Court to guarantee the government's right to veto parliamentary initiatives that seek to alter the budget framework. Furthermore, it agreed to relieve Federico Trillo, at his personal request, from his post as Ambassador to the United Kingdom.

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Guardia Civil arrest individual of Moroccan nationality in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, accused on glorifying terrorism

The detainee undertook a campaign to disseminate Jihadi material on the social media, where he expressed his explicit support for spreading the ideology and terrorist actions carried out by the group Jabhat Fateh al-Sham. Since 2015, the year in which the Ministry of Home Affairs raised the Counter-Terrorism Alert Level to level 4 (Spanish acronym: NAA-4), the law enforcement agencies have arrested a total of 182 Jihadist terrorists.

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8 Good News Stories for Animals From Spain (PETA UK)

Things are shifting in Spain. We’ve known for a long time that most Spanish people have no interest in bullfights or other barbaric events in which animals are killed for “sport”, but for too long, public opinion has not translated into real change on the ground. Politicians have allowed a tiny interest group to use taxpayer’s money to prop up archaic “traditions” that have nothing to do with the culture of modern Spain.

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