Published 24 April 2015 By James Mills
In the late 1940s and early 1950s, Spain was creaking at the seams. The civil war had left it alienated for a decade and in dire need of economic invigoration. read full article
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If you still think of hybrids as cars for weirdy-beardy tree huggers, prepare to have your preconceptions smashed.
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Communicating with someone on the International Space Station, which orbits the globe at 17,500mph and an altitude of 200 miles
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A four-time world rally champion has added a speed record to his already impressive CV by tackling a course at an average of 88.88mph
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