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Significant "Neanderthal" Remains Found By U.S. Tourist In Gibraltar

Funny story: Significant "Neanderthal" Remains Found By U.S. Tourist In Gibraltar

"Gorham's Cave," extending 131 feet into the cliffs of Gibraltar, has always been considered a happy hunting ground for researchers interested in the Neanderthal Age. The knife blades and pipe scrapers used in curing hides discovered there were the t...

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Gibraltar "Near Miss" - Grounded Spanish Pilot To Retake Flying Course

Funny story: Gibraltar "Near Miss" - Grounded Spanish Pilot To Retake Flying Course

A Spanish military aircraft pilot who admitted almost causing a mid air collision with a B.A. passenger aircraft on Saturday tested negative for mandatory alcohol and drugs tests on his return. The pilot explained to the Gibraltar authorities that he...

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Most U.S. Visitors Prefer Gibraltar To Spain - Cruise Ship Survey Result Shows

A survey of U.S. vacation cruise visitors to the picturesque State of Gibraltar shows that 95% of travelers would holiday in Gibraltar rather than in the once popular Spain or even the "millionaire's playground" of Monaco. This surprising result...

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Spain's Tax Revenue Down "Because Of Gibraltar" - Claims Minister

Funny story: Spain's Tax Revenue Down "Because Of Gibraltar" - Claims Minister

A Spanish politician has claimed that Spain misses out on $1.3bn of tax revenues each year as a result of Gibraltar's tax advantages. Indigo Méndez de Vigo Mendez, Spain's Secretary of State for the European Union (EU), made the claim during an in...

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Ladies Formula One Grand Prix To Be Held in Gibraltar

Funny story: Ladies Formula One Grand Prix To Be Held in Gibraltar

Bernice Eccles, the diminutive Ladies Formula One boss is adamant that the race will go ahead in Gibraltar on December 1st. Bernice, fresh from victory in a French court case has fought for seven years to hold the race around the cordoned off "Round...

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Gibraltar To Welcome Top Spanish Serenading Guitar Band Competitors To U.S Embassy Celebrations

Funny story: Gibraltar To Welcome Top Spanish Serenading Guitar Band Competitors To U.S Embassy Celebrations

Gibraltar's love of ad-hoc Baroque Spanish Guitar Serenade Bands has led to the commissioning of a special all night performance by the winners of a serenading and drag Flamenco contest which is to be held in the Parliament building each evening for...

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Spanish Boats Cleared Out Of Way Of Navy In Gibraltar Libyan Rescue Operations

Funny story: Spanish Boats Cleared Out Of Way Of Navy In Gibraltar Libyan Rescue Operations

Spanish navy and survey vessels were given an ultimatum by U.S. and British Navy Chiefs this morning. They were told to observe International Maritime Law and allow the vessels to pass unhindered through the Straits of Gibraltar. Chief of Navy S...

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Gibraltar incursions - Spain Humiliated Yet Again by Its Non Understanding of Maritime Protocol

Spanish boats were shown the door once again in Gibraltar waters as two lost Guardia boats collided with each other and dangerously cut in front of a U.S. cruiser in U.K. waters. The bedraggled and profusely apologetic amateur Spanish "crew" mem...

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Gibraltar's Successful Business Skills Win International Award

The 2014 Niekki Award for International Business Development has been awarded to Gibraltar. The prestigious award, the equivalent of a "Nobel Prize for Business" was yesterday presented to the booming U.K. territory. The Japanese Fiscal Prolifer...

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Gibraltar - Economic Boom Continues and Sporting Triumphs Exceed all Expectations

Great Britain's tiny Sovereign State of Gibraltar will next month be honoured by a Royal visit from The King of Spain's Daughter. She is to visit and honour the site of a little nut tree at the top of the famous Rock. The Rock, which is also to rece...

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Spain Extends Gibraltar Style Border Searches to Portuguese Crossing Points, Melilla and Ceuta

The number of intensive car searches has increased dramatically along the Spanish-Portuguese border, according to EU sources. Spanish Gibraltar type territories, Melilla and Ceuta have also been plagued by incidents with Guardia Officers allegedl...

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Spain apologises for Gibraltar border delays after EU compensation ruling

In an apparent U turn, Spanish Premier Mariano Rahoy apologised for ultra long border delays at the Gibraltar fromtier. After a ruling on compensation over the dispute, Spanish customs and exercise officials said that the checks would henceforth be p...

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Royal Navy exercises restraint during Spanish "Kamikaze" Gibraltar incursions

Funny story: Royal Navy exercises restraint during Spanish "Kamikaze" Gibraltar incursions

Royal Navy manoeuvres involving aerial military "drops" were completed this week according to plan despite the farcical behaviour of a small number of rickety Spanish boats. Having to be shepherded away for their own safety, the humiliated Spanish "p...

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Concerns about continuing provocation by Spain ahead of Monday's U.K. Lords Gibraltar debate.

Funny story: Concerns about continuing provocation by Spain ahead of Monday's U.K. Lords Gibraltar debate.

Concerns have been voiced by United States Senators that Gibraltar is almost "under siege" again and Spain should be made to account for its actions, a select group of the U.S. international affairs department has said. A U. K. minister has also s...

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Echoes of the past as Gibraltar's strategic position underlined by passage of Russian Navy Fleet

Funny story: Echoes of the past as Gibraltar's strategic position underlined by passage of Russian Navy Fleet

Two groups of warships from Russia' s Northern Fleet have entered the Strait of Gibraltar heading to the Mediterranean Sea, the fleet said Wednesday. The strategic Gibraltar U.K. Military base issued a green flag for this authorised exercise. "...

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Holy Land visit by Pope Francis to include parts of Middle East and Gibraltar

Funny story: Holy Land visit by Pope Francis to include parts of Middle East and Gibraltar

The popularity of Pope Francis is growing, helped by his unprecedented willingness to form bonds with differing religions. The much liked pontiff plans to visit seven different countries on his planned 2014 visit to the Holy Land, including historica...

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New Syrian instability means Rock of Gibraltar is as strategic as ever to the west

Funny story: New Syrian instability means Rock of Gibraltar is as strategic as ever to the west

New instability in Syria and the Middle East means the Rock of Gibraltar still has a major part to play in military peace keeping operations in the Mediterranean. Additionally Spanish pressures on Sovereignty issues are being regarded as pointless an...

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Spanish border guards kill Santa Claus for not declaring food for reindeer

Funny story: Spanish border guards kill Santa Claus for not declaring food for reindeer

Spain punishes Gibraltar yet again for being Gibraltar. Santa and his reindeer and presents were made to queue on foot through the Spanish- Gibraltar border for 7 hours in a force 11 hurricane to punish Spanish and Gibraltar children for Santa's eff...

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