It all began in 2011, when cannabis lovers managed to exploit a flaw in Spain’s anti-smoking legislation allowing them to consume cannabis in enclosed and private spaces. The state has turned a blind eye to these non-profit associations, where only registered members have the right to smoke freely. Since then, "cannabis clubs" have flourished throughout Spain.
Leur valeur historique est inestimable. Écrits en arabe, en espagnol et en hébreu, les manuscrits de Tombouctou, qui traitent de religion, de philosophie, d'astronomie, d'économie et de science, sont de retour en Espagne.
Video by Valérie LABONNE Text by FRANCE 24 Follow france24_en on twitter Latest update : 2016-04-07 To watch FRANCE 24's full report, click on the player above. Ali ben Ziyad, a Muslim nobleman from the central Spanish city of Toledo, started the collection of writings in the 15th century.
@Paris@Paris que faites vous contre le vol de vélo ? Où sont les parkings surveillés? C'est quand même un comble de se faire voler ses vélos alors qu'on souhaite soutenir la journée sans voiture an famille!!!!
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Selecting a term
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