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February 8, 1996
Spain, Morocco Plan Undersea Tunnel: The two nations have agreed to forge ahead with a century-old dream of linking Europe and Africa by building a tunnel under the narrow Gibraltar Strait by the 21st century. A joint communique issued at the end of a two-day visit by Spanish Prime Minister Felipe Gonzalez said the planned tunnel is of enormous political and economic value to both countries.
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February 8, 1996
Spain, Morocco Plan Undersea Tunnel: The two nations have agreed to forge ahead with a century-old dream of linking Europe and Africa by building a tunnel under the narrow Gibraltar Strait by the 21st century. A joint communique issued at the end of a two-day visit by Spanish Prime Minister Felipe Gonzalez said the planned tunnel is of enormous political and economic value to both countries.
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August 22, 1987 | United Press International
Air traffic controllers in Barcelona announced Friday that they will stage a 24-hour strike today that could affect as many as 1,400 holiday flights through Spanish airspace. About 140 controllers are to take part in the walkout to demand overtime pay that they say is owed from the past eight years.
NEWS
April 16, 1987
Spain's public transport workers went on strike, disrupting Easter Week travel for an estimated half a million people, according to labor and management officials. The 24-hour strike by employees of the two state-run airlines, Iberia and Aviaco, and the national railway forced cancellation of more than 400 flights and 100 trains. The state-run Mediterranea shipping and ferry company said 11 of its 26 daily ferries linking the Balearic and Canary islands to mainland Spain also were affected.
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April 4, 1999
Humanitarian and military assistant to NATO effort in Yugoslavia as of the end of the week, as reported by NATO and the CIA. HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE Belgium Britain Items: Tents, blankets, funding Value*: $800,000 Beneficiary: Macedonia, Albania Canada Items: Funding, airlift assistance Value*: $8.
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August 22, 1987 | United Press International
Air traffic controllers in Barcelona announced Friday that they will stage a 24-hour strike today that could affect as many as 1,400 holiday flights through Spanish airspace. About 140 controllers are to take part in the walkout to demand overtime pay that they say is owed from the past eight years.
NEWS
April 16, 1987
Spain's public transport workers went on strike, disrupting Easter Week travel for an estimated half a million people, according to labor and management officials. The 24-hour strike by employees of the two state-run airlines, Iberia and Aviaco, and the national railway forced cancellation of more than 400 flights and 100 trains. The state-run Mediterranea shipping and ferry company said 11 of its 26 daily ferries linking the Balearic and Canary islands to mainland Spain also were affected.
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