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  • SolTimeSeST. 7 yrS

    iSSue 374 roqueTaS & almerimar 13-19 FeBruary

    ArkritesBritish Food Store

    in RoquetAS (neAR theoS)Groceries & frozen foods

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    in the uRB oF RoquetAS de MAR, juSt oFF AvdA de MediteRRAneo in the SquARe neAR LA GAMBA toScAnA & theoS

    Mon - Fri: 10.30am - 5pm sat: 10am - 2pm

    tel: 950 334 081out of hours please call 950 334 544

    Wide Range of UK, Continental & Indian

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    Plaza Los Jazmines 10, 04740 Roquetas de MarOpposite Playa Capricho in the car park

    Tel: 950 334 439 Email: [email protected]

    Enjoy Pierres French CuisineMEnu dEL dia 9.00 served friday - wednesday

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    Latest home repossession suicide:

    56-year-oLd Basque manYet another homeowner facing repossession has committed

    suicide a 56-year-old man who is the second in the Basque Country since September and the sixth in Spain in the same time.

    According to a report by ThinkSPain, his electricity and water had already been cut off because he could not afford to pay the bills as he was unable to find work, say members of the pressure group Stop Desahucios (stop evictions) in the Basque province of Vizcaya.

    The victim, who lived in the town of Basauri, had left a note for his family saying he could not cope any more.

    Stop Desahucios has not given details of the deceaseds identity, nor how he committed suicide, but they said he had made contact with their office in the town of Sestao and was due to pop in and chat to them.

    Amaia Egaa, a woman in her 50s from the same province, living in Barakaldo, killed herself by jumping out of a fourth-floor window in early November just as her home was about to be repossessed.

    Another three people, all in their 50s, committed suicide between September and Christmas for the same reasons two by jumping out of a window and a third by hanging himself.

    The most recent victim was at the end of last week, a 36-year-old father with an eight-year-old daughter who hurled himself out of his window just as the bank foreclosed on his mortgage.

    Ten SpaniarDS amonG canDiDaTeS To replace pope BeneDicT XVi

    UP to 10 Spanish Cardinals could be elected as Pope when Benedict XVI leaves his post on Thursday, February 28 after resigning due to old age and health problems.

    Following the Pontiffs startling announcement yesterday, speculation has been rife as to who his successor will be.

    In theory, any man who is celibate and has been christened can become Pope, but the leader of the world Catholic Church is normally one of 120 Cardinals elected.

    Among the 62 European members of the electing board are five Spaniards who could also become Pope Carlos Amigo Vallejo, aged 79; Santos Abril Castell, aged 78; Antonio Mara Rouco Varela, 77, who is the Archbishop of Madrid; Llus Martnez Sistach, 77, and Antonio Caizares Llovera, 67.

    Caizares Llovera and Rouco Varela have both heavily criticised abortion, with the former claiming it was worse than child abuse, and the latter is known to be very anti-gay marriage.

    Another five Spanish Cardinals who are eligible to become Pope but are not allowed to vote on the new one because they are over 80 years old are Julin Herranz, former president of the Pontificate Council for

    Legislative Texts; Francisco lvarez Martnez, Archbishop Emeritus of Toledo; Ricardo Mara Carles God, Emeritus of Barcelona; Eduardo Martnez Somalo, former Camerlengo (Chamberlain) of the Holy Roman Church, and Jos Manel Estepa Llaurens, Military Archbishop Emeritus.

    To date, four Popes have been Spanish, with the most widely-known being members of the infamous Borgia, or Borja dynasty Calixto III, born in Valencia and whose real name was Alonso de Borja y Cavanilles, between 1455 and 1458; and his nephew, Alessandro VI, born in Xtiva (Valencia) and who was really called Rodrigo de Borja, from 1492 to 1503.

    The first was Dmaso I, from Gallaecia as the north-western

    region of Galicia was then known from 366 AD to his death in 384, the author of the Hallelujah formula and the only Spanish Pope to have been made a Saint, despite having been accused of murder.

    Spains most recent Pope was Pedro Martnez de Luna y Prez de Gotor, known by the more succinct title of Benedict XIII of Avignon and born in Illueca (Zaragoza province).

    The only Spanish Pope Benedict, known as the anti-Pope because of his non-conformist ways, reigned from 1394 to 1423. He lived to be 96 years old, having escaped numerous attempts on his life by poisoning.

    Snow bringS Spain to a StandStillMost of the north of Spain

    is knee-deep in snow and over 1,500 kilometres worth of roads have been closed. Madrid, the Basque Country, Castilla-La Mancha, Galicia, Asturias, Cantabria, La Rioja and Navarra are the worst-hit regions, as are parts of Castilla y Len including Palencia, vila, Burgos, Len and Segovia; and the provinces of Cceres in Extremadura; Lleida in Catalunya, and Zaragoza and Huesca in Aragn. In the far south of the country, all of Andaluca except for the Sevilla, Cdiz, Huelva and Mlaga provinces, and Murcia in the south-east have either already been hit by snow or are expected to in the next few days. Snow-chains are needed to drive anywhere outside of major cities in all these areas, and lorries have been banned from the A-1 and A-6 westbound in Madrid. Numerous B-roads have been closed for safety reasons. In the north-western region of Galicia, snow in remote areas

    has reached up to a metre and a half (five feet) in depth.

    Mostly, however, snowfall has not gone above 10 to 15 centimetres (four to six inches).

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