Latest news from Spain today Tuesday, January 18



The latest news today, in the best headlines of the day that ABC makes available to its readers. All the news of Tuesday, January 18 with a complete summary that you cannot miss:

A man lives more than 80 years with a bomb from the Civil War of great power

More than 80 years it has taken a neighbor of Maella (Zaragoza) in advising of the existence of a high-powered bomb hidden at the foot of a building located in a central street of the town. The artifact is from Civil war. It fell during a bombardment of the italian aviation. It hit a corral and did not explode. Its owners left the pump there and then built, so the device was left at the foot of the building, under the concrete flooring of the ground floor.

Now, who was then a 6-year-old boy, has warned of the presence of the device. He commissioned masonry works and was kind enough to warn about the bomb.

Sánchez calls for a new European Stability Pact and Scholz exhibits prudence about the reform

Key visit for Pedro Sánchez. The President of the Government received today in La Moncloa the new chancellor of Germany, Olaf Scholz. The expectations were great. Both are the two most important countries in which the social democratic family rules. And the intention of both leaders is to show that this ideological and partisan closeness will make it possible to overcome the traditional North-South divisions that have marked European governance in the past.

Sánchez replies to Almeida that if Djokovic wants to play in Madrid he has to comply with the rules

The president of the Government, Pedro Sanchez, has made it clear that if the tennis player Novak Djokovic wants to play the Mutua de Madrid Open He will have to “comply with the rules” just like any other person, although he has assured that he does not want to “discuss” this with the mayor of the capital, José Luis Martínez-Almeida.

A man sprays a minor in care with spray in the face and sets it on fire

Assault on a minor in care in Lérida. The attack took place this Monday on Roger de Llúria street in the city, when the 17-year-old victim ran into a stranger who attacked him with a spray.

Coronavirus Valencia today: Ximo Puig anticipates what the Fallas 2022 will be like due to the covid restrictions

The night view of Toledo, chosen as “the most beautiful in the world”

The city of Toledo has been chosen this Monday as the most beautiful night view in the world thanks to its lighting. This has been announced by the mayor of Toledo, Miracles Toulon, during the presentation of the tourist offer that will take the city to the International Tourism Fair (Fitur) 2022, which will be held in Madrid from January 19 to 23. Toulon has highlighted that it is “great news” that the image of Toledo seen from the valley has been chosen by the Japan Congress and Convention Bureau (Yakei), in collaboration with the Turespaña Japan Tourism Office, as the most beautiful night panorama in the world and has highlighted that it is “an image without light pollution”.

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