The Rock of Gibraltar, as seen from the Spanish town of La Linea de la Concepcion, at Spain's southern tip. Gibraltar has been British territory for 301 years, but many Spaniards want it back. Fresh squabbles over fishing rights cropped up recently. Lauren Frayer/NPR hide caption

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The Squabble That Never Ends: Britain and Spain Duel Over Gibraltar

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Virginia Solera Garcia helps runs the CYD Santa Maria shelter with her sister, Concordia Márquez, adopting horses that might otherwise end up in the food supply. Jorge Guerrero/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Meet The Sisters Saving Spanish Horses From Slaughter

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Radical Mayor Sanchez Gordillo objects to agricultural subsidies for the land elite. At a rally, he embraces a unionista who wanted to start a communal agricultural project on military-owned land. Jorge Guerrero/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Spain's Robin Hood Mayor Fights For 'Communist Utopia'

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Inaki Urdangarin, the husband of Spain's Princess Infanta Cristina, is accused of embezzling millions of dollars. The princess is scheduled to appear in court Saturday to face allegations of tax fraud. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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A Fairy Tale Gone Wrong: Spain's Princess Accused Of Fraud

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President of Panama, Ricardo Martinelli (left), talks next to Spain's Minister of Public Works and Transport, Ana Pastor, during a news conference after a meeting at the Presidential Palace in Panama City, Panama, on Monday. Alejandro Bolivar/EPA/Landov hide caption

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German Chancellor Adolf Hitler, talks with Spain's Generalissimo Francisco Franco, in Hendaye, France, October 23, 1940, in Hitler's railway carriage. Later, Franco moved Spain's clocks ahead an hour to be aligned with Nazi Germany. AP hide caption

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Spain Has Been In The 'Wrong' Time Zone For 7 Decades

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The U.S. ambassador to Spain, James Costos, leaves the Spanish Foreign Ministry after being summoned to a meeting in Madrid on Monday. He was called in following reports that the NSA was tracking millions of phone calls in Spain. Juan Medina/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Migrants arrive in Valletta, the Maltese capital, aboard a patrol boat on Oct. 12, a day after their boat sank, killing more than 30 people, mostly women and children — just the latest deadly migrant tragedy to hit the Mediterranean. Despite Europe's financial crisis illegal immigrants continue to attempt to enter Europe through its southern coastal countries as they seek a better life. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Desperation Outweighs Dangers For Europe-Bound Migrants

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Women in Barcelona check their numbers for Spain's Christmas lottery, named "El Gordo" (Fat One), in 2012. Josep Lago/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Good Samaritan Could Get Unclaimed Lotto Jackpot In Spain

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