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Latest update : 2012-12-19

Has Spain turned a corner in its economic crisis?

The Spanish economy has plunged spectacularly in recent years, but financial analysts are now daring to believe the worst may be over. High unemployment has driven down wages and foreign companies are moving in, among them French car manufacturers Renault and PSA Citroën. Both have promised to develop production in Spain, even though PSA is making 8,000 people redundant in France. The end may be in sight for Spain - but at what cost to its neighbours?

By Sarah Morris , Adeline PERCEPT , Clément PERROUAULT , Henry DE LAGUERIE

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2016-05-02 Hezbollah

Lebanon pays price for conflict between Saudi Arabia and Hezbollah

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2016-04-29 Libya

Libya: Who's running the country?

The EU is mulling military operations in Libya to help shore up the new national unity government. The man at the head of this fragile, UN-backed coalition is Prime Minister...

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2016-04-28 France

A closer look at France's 'Up All Night' movement

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2016-04-27 Iraq

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2016-04-26 Chernobyl

Is Chernobyl still harming children today?

Thirty years after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster near the border between Ukraine and Belarus, residents and scientists remain concerned about the possible genetic effects of the...

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