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China splits the internet while the U.S. dithers

There are few stories as important right now as the internet being ripped asunder by the increasing animosity between the U.S. and China. Eric Schmidt, the former chairman of Alphabet, said last week at a private event in San Francisco that “I think the most likely scenario now is not a splintering, but rather a bifurcation into a Chinese-led internet and a non-Chinese internet led by America.” He should know: Alphabet and its Google subsidiary are on the front lines of that split, experiencing ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Startups, Facebook, Asia, Congress, Government, China, Africa, America, San Francisco, Cisco, Spain, Policy, Alibaba, Tencent


RIP Al Matthews, 'Aliens' fantastic Sgt. Apone

Former US Marine and well-known actor Al Matthews has passed away at the age of 75. His portrayal of Sgt. Apone in Aliens remains one of my favorite all-time military characters. Via Hollywood Reporter: Al Matthews, the real-life military man who portrayed the no-nonsense, cigar-chomping Sgt. Apone in the sci-fi horror classic Aliens, has died. He was 75. Matthews was found dead in his home in Alicante on Spain's Mediterranean coast Saturday at 10 p.m. by a neighbor, the Spanish internati...
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Qonto raises $23 million to improve business banking

French startup Qonto has raised a $23 million funding round for its fintech product. The company is trying to make business banking cheaper, faster and more efficient. Existing investors Valar Ventures and Alven are once again leading the round. The European Investment Bank Group is also participating. If you are running a small company or work as a freelancer, Qonto wants to replace your professional bank account. When you sign up, you get a French IBAN, one or multiple debit cards and the a...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, Europe, Finance, Spain, Banking, France Newsletter, Fintech, Valar Ventures, Germany Italy, Alven, Qonto, European Investment Bank Group


Global Network MX-Spain and the Tecnologico Los Cabos agree collaboration

Madrid, Sep. 24 (Notimex).- The Global Network of Qualified Mexicans Abroad Chapter Spain and the Technological Institute of Higher Studies of Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, Mexico, today signed an agreement of academic and professional collaboration. In an act headed by the Consul of Mexico in Madrid, Víctor Koyoc, the president of Chapter Spain of the Global Network MX, Manuel Lazcano, and the general director of ITES Los Cabos, Adalberto Pérez Pérez, signed the cooperation agreement. The obj...
Tags: Science, Mexico, Spain, Madrid, Global Network, NOTIMEX, Technological Institute, Global Network MX Spain, Tecnologico Los Cabos, Los Cabos Baja California Sur Mexico, Madrid Víctor Koyoc, Manuel Lazcano, ITES Los Cabos, Adalberto Pérez Pérez, Global MX Network, Institute of Mexicans Abroad


Creative Europe’s Media Program: 5 Pointers to its Future

SAN SEBASTIAN — One of the biggest single public-sector funding systems in Europe, the European Union’s Creative Europe-Media Program, is up for renewal. On May 3o, the European Commission, the E.U.’s administrative arm, set out a proposal for renewed funding over 2021-27 of €1.85 billion. The Program’s head, Spain’s Lucía Recalde, used the San Sebastian […]
Tags: Europe, News, Global, Spain, European Union, Program, Festivals, San Sebastian, European Union 's Creative Europe Media Program, Creative Europe-Media, Lucía Recalde


Sunday Sep 23 at Sea

Hello from somewhere in the Bay of Biscay. Last night we sailed down the English Channel and headed south toward Spain. The captain had them hustle along last night so we could have a smoother ride during the day. It wasnt anything we havent experien
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Translation and/as Disconnection.

Joshua L. Miller and Gayle Rogers have produced a “Translation and/as Disconnection” issue (Volume 3, Cycle 3) of Modernism/modernity with fascinating-sounding articles: “Death Ships: the Cruel Translations of the Interwar Maritime Novel” by Harris Feinsod, “Translation in Noh Time” by Carrie Preston, “Disconnecting the Other: Translating China in Spain, Indirectly” by Carles Prado-Fonts, “Before Global Modernism: Comparing Renaissance, Reform, and Rewriting in the Global South” by Lital Levy, “...
Tags: China, Uncategorized, Spain, Linguistics, Johannesburg, Rogers, Miller, Carrie Preston, Gayle Rogers, Joshua L Miller, Harris Feinsod Translation in Noh Time, Carles Prado, Lital Levy Philology Contra Modernism, Matthew Eatough


TV Best Bets: What to watch this week in sports

BEST BETRyder Cup, Guyancourt, France, Albatros CourseSept. 27-30Golf Channel, NBC In the wake of Tiger Woods winning the Tour Championship Sunday – the 80th win in his career and first in more than five years – comes one of golf’s hallowed events, the Ryder Cup matching 12 Americans against a dozen European golfs for bragging rights across the Atlantic. Tiger is in the field, too, for the U.S., the last of four captain’s picks by Jim Furyk. Is this good news for the U.S., which won the event in...
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Court to hear arguments over 1966 Spain H-bomb accident

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — A federal appeals court is set to hear arguments involving U.S. veterans who say they were denied disability benefits after becoming ill from radiation exposure while responding to a 1966 accident involving American hydrogen bombs in Spain. The U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims is scheduled to hear the […]
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Spain rescues over 440 migrants from Mediterranean Sea

MADRID (AP) — Spain’s maritime rescue service says it has saved over 440 migrants attempting the perilous crossing of the Mediterranean Sea from North Africa. The service says it pulled 447 people from 15 small boats intercepted by its rescue craft on Saturday. Except for one dinghy carrying 12 people found near the island of […]
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A Look at ECAM Incubator Documentary Project ‘The Garcias’

SAN SEBASTIAN — Part of The Screen’s Incubator – a new initiative from Madrid-based film school ECAM intended to promote the production of feature films and develop emerging talent – Paco Nicolás’ “The Garcias” received a €10,000 ($11,800 USD) grant to be used in the production of the family reunion-themed documentary. In Spain series like […]
Tags: News, Global, Spain, Spotlight, Festivals, Madrid, San Sebastian Film Festival, Garcias, ECAM, Paco Nicolás


San Sebastian Debates New TV Landscape

SAN SEBASTIAN — In 2014, launching in France and Germany, Netflix hesitated about entering Spain, reportedly because of prevalent piracy. Four years later, the U.S. streaming giant has chosen Madrid for its first European production hub. Spain is on a roll, impelled by the launch of original series production at Movistar +, Netflix, Amazon and […]
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Washing Out the Dust of Everyday Life: An Art Route Through Florida

It was Pablo Picasso who said “art washes out the dust from everyday life.”But it was Florida who turned that from a laundry chore into bathing in an iridescent sea. An Art Route Along Florida's Gulf Coast Skip down for the shortlist...Florida’s beaches, and of course her waterways, are well known and well loved.Even the names describe them: Crystal River, Clearwater.But what’s less well known, to me at least, was the cascading art you can find along the road.And, how easy and free it i...
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Inside Content Takes Emma Suárez Starrer ‘Josefina’ (EXCLUSIVE)

SAN SEBASTIAN — Geraldine Gonard’s Inside Content has swooped on “Josefina,” acquiring world sales rights outside Spain and Germany to the Spanish movie project, which has already attached laureled Spanish actress Emma Suárez, star of Pedro Almodovar’s “Julieta,” to play the female lead. One of the five film titles to be put through development at […]
Tags: News, Germany, Global, Spain, Festivals, Pedro Almodóvar, San Sebastian Film Festival, San Sebastian, Emma Suarez, Geraldine Gonard, JOSEFINA, Emma Suárez Starrer


San Sebastian: Meritxell Colell Readies ‘Duo’ (EXCLUSIVE)

SAN SEBASTIAN — Chile’s Manufactura de Películas is teaming with Spain’s Polar Star Films, Argentina’s Pensilvania and France’s Paraiso for Meritxell Colell’s sophomore feature “Duo,” a lyrical, dancing road-movie set in Latin America. Project will be presented at the Co-production Forum of the San Sebastian International Film Festival, which begins today Sunday. After 24 years sharing the […]
Tags: France, Spain, Festivals, Argentina, Latin America, San Sebastian, Manufactura de Películas, Meritxell Colell, SAN SEBASTIAN Chile, Pensilvania


Spain's La Liga sets global goals

Plans to play top flight competitive Spanish games in North America are only part of a plan for worldwide growth.
Tags: Business, Spain, La Liga, North America


Danny DeVito receives lifetime achievement award in Spain

SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain (AP) — Actor Danny DeVito has been honored with a lifetime achievement award at Spain’s most prestigious film festival in the northern coastal city of San Sebastian. DeVito, 73, received the award from the San Sebastian International Film Festival during Saturday’s gala. The American comic film star is promoting the animated children’s […]
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Weekend Cooking: 2 New Cookbooks for Fall Cooking

As the farmer's markets wind down for the season, I've been turning once again to cookbooks for inspiration in the kitchen. I don't know about you, but in the summer, I tend to cook simple dishes based on whatever is fresh from the local growers. With the return to grocery store shopping comes cooler temperatures, and I'm far less reliant on season products. That's when new cookbooks, magazines, and websites offer bountiful ideas. Today I have two short reviews of cookbooks written by long-tim...
Tags: Books, New York, Spain, Buckley, Linky, Basque Country, Beth F, Jackie Mc, Marti Buckley, Marti Buckley Artisan, Jill Selkowitz, Selkowitz


Women’s World Cup gets underway in Spain

TENERIFE, Spain (AP) — The FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup gets underway on Saturday with eight games. The U.S. will tip off against Senegal in its quest for a third consecutive championship, something the Americans have never done in their storied history. While the U.S. has been the dominant force in the sport for the […]
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Women's World Cup gets underway in Spain

The FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup gets underway on Saturday with eight games            [Author: AP]
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Build a wall across the Sahara? That's crazy – but someone still did it

Donald Trump was widely ridiculed earlier this week for suggesting that Spain emulate his $25bn dream for the US-Mexico border and “build a wall” across the Sahara desert. At 1,700 miles (2,700km) the Morocco Western Sahara wall, known as the Berm, is about 250 miles shorter than the US-Mexican border. Morocco has occupied its southern neighbour Western Sahara since 1975, when Spain, the colonial power, withdrew, and the north African country fought a 15-year war with the Polisario Front, the ...
Tags: News, US, Spain, Morocco, Donald Trump, Sahara, Western Sahara, Polisario Front, Morocco Western Sahara


Build a wall across the Sahara? That's crazy – but someone still did it

Since Morocco invaded Western Sahara in 1975 it has built a 2,700km desert barrier keeping independence-seeking Sahrawis out of the resource-rich westDonald Trump was widely ridiculed earlier this week for suggesting that Spain emulate his $25bn dream for the US-Mexico border and “build a wall” across the Sahara desert. Related: Donald Trump urged Spain to 'build the wall' – across the Sahara Continue reading...
Tags: Africa, US, Spain, Middle East and North Africa, Morocco, Donald Trump, Trump, Sahara, Western Sahara


5 of the cheapest holiday destinations in Europe

Choosing your annual holiday destination is a tricky decision at the best of times, but it becomes near impossible when you’re working with a limited budget. You want the best possible experience, spending the least amount of money. Plus, you want to enjoy yourself when you’re away – fine dining, fun adventures, boozy nights out, the lot! Luckily for you, we’ve teamed up with travel comparison site, Compare and Choose to bring you five of the cheapest holiday destinations in Europe. Sunny Beac...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Spain, Unesco, Prague, Portugal, Bulgaria, North West, Budget Travel, Travel Blog, Andalucia, Corfu, Prague Czech Republic, FARO, Corfu Greece, Costa de la Luz


Barcelona’s Gaudi Extravaganza

A trip to Spain with our teenage sons, to reconnect with long lost family in a small town in Valencia, meant a chance to visit Barcelona. I had been to this city as a student, but knew things had changed tremendously, and was eager to explore the Barcelona of 2018. ...
Tags: Travel, Spain, Barcelona, Valencia


Vinicius Jr. included in Real Madrid squad for first time since ¬45 million move

Alexis Nunes and Craig Burley square off in predicting some of the more notable fixtures during week 5 of La Liga. Brazilian teenager Vinicius Jr. has been called into the Real Madrid squad for Saturday's La Liga game at home to Espanyol, taking the youngster closer to his debut for the European champions following his move from Flamengo. Vinicius, 18, has not been called into the first-team squad for a game since he moved to Spain in the close season, a year after completing his €45 milli...
Tags: Football, Spain, Sport, Story, La Liga, Espanyol, Real Madrid, Real Madrid Castilla, Alexis Nunes, Craig Burley, Spanish Primera Division, Vinicius Jr, Vinicius Junior, Flamengo Vinicius


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Luis Garcia claims Cristiano Ronaldo exit may be blessing for Real Madrid

Looking at the positives rather than the negatives Former Spain ace Luis Garcia has suggested that Cristiano Ronaldo’s Bernabeu exit could actually be a blessing in disguise for the club. Ronaldo left the club for Juventus over the summer and there now looks to be a completely different dynamic in Madrid. The side are now sharing goals around the team rather than relying on one player. Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema have both impressed so far this season as a result. Now, former Spain star Garci...
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Records: Suspect in golfer’s death struggled after prison

Police in an Iowa college town had repeated interactions with a troubled drifter in the weeks between his departure from prison and his alleged killing of a star golfer from Spain, records show. Ames police reports show that 22-year-old Collin Richards struggled with drug and alcohol abuse, mental health problems and homelessness after he got […]
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New faces, new pressure for U.S. women at FIBA World Cup

The U.S. women are considered the favorite in the FIBA World Cup, which opens Saturday in Spain. But new faces must have a quick impact for Team USA.
Tags: Spain, Sport, FIBA