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an ancient port city in southwestern Spain

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The Mayor of Athens, Giorgos Kaminis, summed up in these few words the general feeling expressed by European local officials - mayors, presidents of regions, representatives of municipalities, etc - at their general assembly, being held from 26 to 28 September in Cadiz, Spain.
The vessel, travelling under a Bulgarian flag was detained on August 13 near Cadiz, Spain, and found to contain 3 tonnes of high-quality cocaine.
Fresh from winning a continuous silver and points bronze medal at the WKC World Championships in Cadiz, Spain, Liam Coe, 17, kept his momentum going as he utilised an accurate axe kick to beat Stanley's tough Connor Hawley on his Impact debut.
The ship in question - the Guadalupe - left Havana, Cuba, on August 18, 1750, heading for Cadiz, Spain, with a cargo of a million pieces of silver when it was blown 500 miles off course by a West Indian hurricane.
The English Centre in Cadiz, Spain will be holding its fifth annual Eisteddfod on April 15 with more than 40 activities over three days programmed for nearly 900 students from 2-18 years old.
Construction of the twin Concentrated Solar Power plants -- Valle 1 and Valle 2 -- in Cadiz, Spain, will generate up to 7.
De la Rosa Fox is affiliated with the University of Cadiz, Spain.
The onscreen pair will be seen riding a motorcycle alongside bulls in Cadiz, Spain.
Cadiz, Spain, May 26 (ONA) The Oman Journalists Association (OJA) is taking part in the general conference of the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) being held in Cadiz in southern Spain during May 24th - 28th themed "Future of Journalism".
BAHRAIN'S Abbas Al Ghuraifi clinched a win on the second day of action in the CSN showjumping competition held at the Montenmedio Equestrian Center in Cadiz, Spain.
The toughest test for Munoz might have been keeping her emotions in check during her 4-and-3 semifinal victory over 19-year-old best friend Belen Mozo, who grew up in Cadiz, Spain, and led USC to the NCAA team title this spring.
May 25-28 Vinoble '08 Sixth International Exhibition of Noble Wines, El Alcazar, Jerez de la Frontera, Cadiz, Spain.
The Storks of La Caridad" is Professor Emerita Florence Weinberg's third historical mystery featuring Father Ygnacio Pfefferkorn, a detective priest character based on an actual historical Jesuit missionary who was forcibly removed from his Sonora Desert mission around 1767 to be imprisoned for 6 years near Cadiz, Spain before being sent to La Caridad and the Norbertines for two years.
But they suffered real misfortune in the youths' event over the San Roque course in Cadiz, Spain, and the boys' contest in Malmo, Sweden, and were unfortunate not to go through to the last four.
June 1-3: The XXII Spanish Coffee Congress, Cadiz, Spain.