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Madrid (Spain)

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  • Search team heads to Spain for missing student

    Search team heads to Spain for missing student
    SAN DIEGO -- A private search team paid for by community donations is heading to Spain to help search for a San Diego State University exchange student who disappeared late last month. Austin Bice, a college student studying at the Universidad Carlos III...
  • Local search team to investigate Bice disappearance

    Local search team to investigate Bice disappearance
    The Bice family is hoping a local search and rescue team can help Madrid police in the search for their missing son. "We do believe he's alive," said Pam Bice, mother of Austin Bice. "I have no doubt about that. I know he is alive." San Diego State...
  • SDSU holds vigil for missing student

    SDSU holds vigil for missing student
    Close to 150 people showed up a candle light vigil on the San Diego State University campus Monday night to honor Austin Bice. The Aztec senior went missing in Madrid, Spain on February 26, 2011 after a night out with friends. He's been studying abroad...
  • Memorial set for student found dead in Spain

    Memorial set for student found dead in Spain
    SAN DIEGO -- A 22-year-old San Diego State student apparently drowned in a river in Madrid, Spain, after a night out with friends will be remembered in Encinitas on Sunday. A memorial service for Austin Bice is scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. Sunday at the...
  • Happy New Year!

    Happy New Year!
    Nearly a million revelers crowded New York's Time Square to witness the traditional dazzling ball drop, fireworks lit up Australia's Sydney Harbor and communist Vietnam held a rare Western-style countdown to the new year as the world ushered in 2011....
  • Millions Gather Worldwide To Ring In The New Year

    Millions Gather Worldwide To Ring In The New Year
    NEW YORK -- Revelers smooched and cheered the famous ball drop in New York's Times Square as the largest New Year's Eve celebration in the U.S. ushered in 2011. Most tried to set aside concerns about the worldwide economic downturn as partiers from New...
  • Panama's Ex-Ruler Noriega Returns Home After 22 Years

    Panama's Ex-Ruler Noriega Returns Home After 22 Years
    Former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega arrived Sunday evening in his home country, nearly 22 years after U.S. forces forcibly removed him from office. The 77-year old was expected to head straight to prison to serve time for crimes committed during...
  • News of the Weird: Placentas For Dinner

    News of the Weird:  Placentas For Dinner
    The medical establishment generally regards placentas (afterbirth) as biohazardous waste, but to New York City placenta chef Jennifer Mayer, they are a nutrient-laden meat that can alleviate postpartum depression and aid in breast milk production (among...
  • Vintage pleasures in the heart of Spain's wine country

    PeƱafiel, Spain From the parapet of the castle ruins, the world spread out before us, bathed in the soft colors of the early evening. The valley of the Duero River, its banks dotted with white stone hamlets, stretched to the horizon, and medieval...
  • Royal armor and portraits at the National Gallery of Art

    Royal armor and portraits at the National Gallery of Art
    Suits of armor were once so finely wrought that an attacking lance would glance off their smooth metal harmlessly. But then, as the Middle Ages moved into the Renaissance, European kings demanded that the craftsmen finish the armor with elaborate...
  • PASSINGS: Dennis Cole, Bruce King, Francisco Ayala

    PASSINGS: Dennis Cole, Bruce King, Francisco Ayala
    Dennis Cole Popular '60s TV actor Dennis Cole, 69, a handsome blond actor who had numerous TV guest-star roles beginning in the 1960s and was married to "Charlie's Angels" star Jaclyn Smith for a time, died Sunday at Holy Cross Hospital in Fort...
  • King's words to Chavez start a battle royal

    King's words to Chavez start a battle royal
    Someone finally told Hugo Chavez to shut up, and the Spanish-speaking world can hardly stop talking about it. The verbal slap to the Venezuelan president came from none other than King Juan Carlos I of Spain, providing fodder for satirists from Mexico...