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Spain will exhume dictator Francisco Franco's remains on Thursday

Jerusalem Post Monday, 21 October 2019
Spain will exhume dictator Francisco Franco's remains on ThursdayTwenty-two of Franco's descendants will be present for the exhumation, which is set to start at 1030 (0830 GMT) on Thursday, the sources said.
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Spanish authorities removed General Francisco Franco’s remains from a state mausoleum on Thursday, seeking to exorcise the ghost of a dictator whose legacy still divides the country more than four decades after his death. Ciara Lee reports

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