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This year’s award was bestowed posthumously upon Ewald-Heinrich von Kleist, founder of the Munich Security Conference and the longest surviving member of the July 22, 1944 plot to assassinate Hitler, who passed away on March 8, 2013. Two distinguished statesmen delivered the honorary remarks, Senator John McCain, of Arizona, and German Minister of Defense Thomas de Maizière.

A report by Malte Mau Von Kleist: You always have to do the right thing Each year at the beginning of June, the American Academy in Berlin awards the

The Indonesian Embassy celebrated it’s “bazar solidario 2013” with exotic Indonesian foods, folk dances, music, raffles, arts and crafts, etc., or, in the words of  its poster, “danzas folclóricas, gastronomía, rifas con premios exóticos, mercadillo de artesanía, ¡ y mucho mas! ” The charity bazaar, which highlighted the Indonesian culture, took place at the embassy on calle Agastia 65 last June 22-23 and it was free to the public.

The Indonesian Embassy celebrated it’s “bazar solidario 2013” with exotic Indonesian foods, folk dances, music, raffles, arts and crafts, etc., or, in the words of its poster, “danzas folclóricas, gastronomía, rifas con premios exóticos, mercadillo de artesanía, ¡ y mucho mas! ” The charity bazaar, which highlighted the Indonesian culture, took place at the embassy on calle Agastia 65 last June 22-23 and it was free to the public.

Members of the Spanish royal family are not unknown to come watch The Madrid Players’ shows sometimes. Who says the amateur theatre group is amateurish?

Members of the Spanish royal family are not unknown to come watch The Madrid Players’ shows sometimes. Who says the amateur theatre group is amateurish?

The “Madrid al cielo” sentiment has permanently embedded itself in the Madrileño psyche and seems to help explain why they are not succumbing to dark depression in these times of great economic hardship. A survey conducted by the Metroscopia  Estudios Sociales y de Opinión and published by the national daily El País in mid-June 2013 shows that the great majority (83%) of the 3.2 million inhabitants of the capital city think they live in a pleasant place.

The “Madrid al cielo” sentiment has permanently embedded itself in the Madrileño psyche and seems to help explain why they are not succumbing to dark depression in these times of great economic hardship. A survey conducted by the Metroscopia Estudios Sociales y de Opinión and published by the national daily El País in mid-June 2013 shows that the great majority (83%) of the 3.2 million inhabitants of the capital city think they live in a pleasant place.

The 4th of July celebration of America’s Independence Day was held this year by the US Embassy in Madrid on the 24th of June. It goes without saying that it was a memorable event, more so because on this 237th birthday of the United States the Madrid embassy  was also celebrat6ing the 500th anniversary of Ponce de Leon’s arrival in Florida.

The 4th of July celebration of America’s Independence Day was held this year by the US Embassy in Madrid on the 24th of June. It goes without saying that it was a memorable event, more so because on this 237th birthday of the United States the Madrid embassy was also celebrat6ing the 500th anniversary of Ponce de Leon’s arrival in Florida.

On June 30, 1899, thirty-five Spanish soldiers were captured at the Siege of Baler in the Philippines. With this triumph, the Philippine rebels declared their victory over the remaining Spanish forces. However, despite being within their rights to treat these captives as prisoners of war, President Emilio Aguinaldo decreed that they be treated as friends.

Through Old Ties the Philippines Steps Boldly into an Era of Renewed Alliances and Prosperity An Interview by GUIDEPOST’s Sarah Skillen with H.

Mabuhay, the Philippine word translates to “may you live,” “cheers,” “welcome,” and all three meanings encapsulate the sentiments of the 115th celebration of independence and the 11th year of friendship between the former colony and Spain.

Mabuhay, the Philippine word translates to “may you live,” “cheers,” “welcome,” and all three meanings encapsulate the sentiments of the celebration of independence and the year of friendship between the former colony and Spain.

Resting alongside one of those romantic canals that intersect this nation, Fuente Flamenca is a fantasy of syncretism. The caves under the city, which connect the houses above the road to the canals below, form the intimate and warm environment of this restaurant.

By Sarah Skillen Flying into Schiphol airport from Barajas, I was made immediately aware of one shocking change: the green From the air, the