As the question demonstrates, the actual definitions used are unclear, and there could be many possible answers.
Chapter 3 of the Nordregio's 2004 report for the European Commission, Mountain Areas in Europe:
Analysis of mountain areas in EU
member states, acceding and other
European countries provides a number of different measures, most of which Spain is ...
Yes, it's real.
It has been extensively covered by Spanish national TV (TVE) and newspapers (mainstream, not tabloids).
"La restauración que se convirtió en destrozo" (Restoration becomes a disaster) — one of numerous articles in El País, mainstream daily, biggest in Spain
"Expertos intentarán restaurar el Ecce Homo "destrozado" por una anciana" (...
Hard to get sources, but some common sense comes to mind as a good way to reason about this:
launch could have been from a ship or submarine at sea, out of sight of the coast. That's not hard to do, in fact the USSR/Russia, France, UK, China, and the USA all have submarines capable of doing this. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ohio-class_submarine
Any such ...
Until the last couple of lines, the script matches almost exactly the snopes disproven internet joke: http://www.snopes.com/military/lighthouse.asp
That includes number of degrees, direction of suggested change, number of support ships, etc. According to snopes it's been bouncing around the internet since 1996, but was published in various ...
A quick overview of the available literature supports the stated claims, if we assume that the popular image of the Inquisition involves routine torture and execution.
In an article on "Inquisition Proceedings against Muslims in 16th Century Latin America" published in Islamic Studies, Rukhasana Qamber writes that:
In a comprehensive study of the Mexican ...
Yes, but that's not the main goal
In this article in De Standaard, the main reason given by the lawyers is that they want the judge to admit that the conviction of Puigdemont and co was for a political crime:
‘Politieke misdrijven vallen niet onder het strafrecht. Door te
verklaren dat het hier niet om een politiek misdrijf gaat, is de
Not only YES, but Super Yes
The public worker, named Joaquín García, has "not been working" for 14 years for the public administration in Cadiz. His job was a quiet one, as his department ( public infraestructure and services) is an overexpanded one with too many engineering supervisors to notice ( words of his direct boss).
Given that, every morning since ...
The exact version of the claim in question is:
Preguntémonos si es lógico que el esfuerzo humano de los celadores y celadoras sea menos recompensado que el de la casta médica
After reports by rmedica.se, and huffgingtonpost.se and redaccionmedica.com, it can be said to be notable now.
Many members have also posted the exact version of the claim on ...
First, Spain does not have excessively long hours of work among OECD countries.
In fact, at 1,691 hours per annum in 2015, Spain is slightly below the median of 1,749 and mean of 1,756.
Spain does not have longer working hours in comparison with other OECD countries
Long hours reduces birth rates
Lack of correlation is ...
The first match from that sentence seems to be from a Podemos reddit channel tittled "¿Qué pregunta para el cambio en Andalucía le harías a Teresa Rodríguez?" (trans. "What question to achieve the change in Andalusia would you make to Teresa Rodríguez?") where a commenter says on 03/10/2015 the following:
pablo iglesias hace un comentario en twitter hace ...
Disclaimer: This is difficult to actually prove without performing rather intrusive research into the lives of Spanish couples.
For part 1: No, they don't work longer hours (source). They do, however, finish work later which supports part of the claim your source makes:
Experts say long working hours and a culture of eating late at night and going to bed ...