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December 21, 1987 | From Reuters
Five Iranians were expelled from Spain and put on a plane bound for Turkey on Sunday after they unsuccessfully sought political asylum. Police said the five--two women, a man and two children--had been held since arriving Wednesday on a flight from Denmark, where their plea for asylum was rejected.
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November 14, 1990 | WILLIAM D. MONTALBANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
All summer, as Spaniards watched with incomprehension and distaste, homeless African refugees camped in a landmark plaza watched over by a doleful statue of Don Quixote. It was a downtown stage starkly set with the paramount symbol of the old insular Spain and harbingers of a new multiracial society. Both are players in a nascent drama abrasive and bewildering to both. "Madrid is not like the other European capitals. . . . Spain has been closed so long that people don't know about blacks.
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December 29, 1988
Spanish dictator Francisco Franco allowed the secret exodus of 100,000 Jews from Morocco into Spain from 1957 to 1963, former Israeli intelligence chief Isser Harel said. In World War II, the Franco government had close ties to the anti-Semitic regimes of Nazi Germany and fascist Italy. Harel said that Franco "wanted to improve his image after his close cooperation with Hitler and Mussolini." And, Harel added, "There was still the historic memory of the Jewish ouster from Spain (in 1492)."
NEWS
December 29, 1988
Spanish dictator Francisco Franco allowed the secret exodus of 100,000 Jews from Morocco into Spain from 1957 to 1963, former Israeli intelligence chief Isser Harel said. In World War II, the Franco government had close ties to the anti-Semitic regimes of Nazi Germany and fascist Italy. Harel said that Franco "wanted to improve his image after his close cooperation with Hitler and Mussolini." And, Harel added, "There was still the historic memory of the Jewish ouster from Spain (in 1492)."
NEWS
November 14, 1990 | WILLIAM D. MONTALBANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
All summer, as Spaniards watched with incomprehension and distaste, homeless African refugees camped in a landmark plaza watched over by a doleful statue of Don Quixote. It was a downtown stage starkly set with the paramount symbol of the old insular Spain and harbingers of a new multiracial society. Both are players in a nascent drama abrasive and bewildering to both. "Madrid is not like the other European capitals. . . . Spain has been closed so long that people don't know about blacks.
NEWS
December 21, 1987 | From Reuters
Five Iranians were expelled from Spain and put on a plane bound for Turkey on Sunday after they unsuccessfully sought political asylum. Police said the five--two women, a man and two children--had been held since arriving Wednesday on a flight from Denmark, where their plea for asylum was rejected.
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