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Feature: Neanderthals Were People, Too

Feature: Neanderthals Were People, Too

Neanderthal sculptures, named Nana and Flint, at the Gibraltar Museum.
Spain’s Desire for Gibraltar Complicates ‘Brexit’ Talks With E.U.

Spain’s Desire for Gibraltar Complicates ‘Brexit’ Talks With E.U.

Gibraltar, a British territory, has long been a subject of contention between Spain and Britain.

The tiny British territory of Gibraltar has become the next Brexit battleground

When British Prime Minister Theresa May formally triggered Brexit last week, observers knew it would send the relationship between Britain and the EU into rocky, uncharted terrain. But few would have
Global Health: Infectious Mosquitoes Are Turning Up in New Regions

Global Health: Infectious Mosquitoes Are Turning Up in New Regions

The Aedes aegypti mosquito, which spreads Zika, dengue and chikungunya, has been turning up places where it had rarely or never been seen.
Gibraltar heading for​ abrupt exit from single market, says Spain

Gibraltar heading for​ abrupt exit from single market, says Spain

Source says Gibraltar would fall outside any Brexit transition deal unless UK agrees deal with Madrid over its future statusGibraltar is heading for an abrupt exit from the single market without the
Brexit deal 'must work for Gibraltar', says Downing Street

Brexit deal 'must work for Gibraltar', says Downing Street

No 10 responds to Spanish claim that UK territory might be excluded from transitional arrangements unless there is deal over future statusAny Brexit deal “must work for Gibraltar”, Downing Street has

Gibraltar Bill Passage Paves Way for Blockchain Regulations

Lawmakers in Gibraltar approved a piece of legislation last week that fits into the government's broader plans for blockchain.

Gibraltar to Launch License Scheme for Blockchain Startups

Gibraltar will publish guidance explaining how to apply its new blockchain legislation to startups on Friday.
Police UK tax havens to help world’s poorest people | Letters

Police UK tax havens to help world’s poorest people | Letters

Rebecca Gowland of Oxfam GB says new EU tax measures should be extended to all of the UK’s overseas territories; Noel Hodson says the Guardian v Appleby court case must see all participants declare

Gibraltar's Government Is Moving to Regulate ICOs

Gibraltar's legislators plan to discuss a draft of a law proposing to regulate ICOs.

Gibraltar Will Take Market-Driven Approach to ICO Rules

Top officials say Gibraltar will let the market determine what 'good' ICOs look like, and hinted that crypto investment fund regulation is to come.
Post-Brexit Gibraltar Wants to Retain Ties to the European Union After the UK Leaves

Post-Brexit Gibraltar Wants to Retain Ties to the European Union After the UK Leaves

Spain and the UK may have been fighting over Gibraltar for ages, but Brexit need not produce a clear winner and loser. Gibraltar wants to keep its ties to the UK without breaking up with the EU.

Gibraltar Plans to Regulate ICO Tokens as Commercial Products

The government of Gibraltar has released a white paper detailing its plans for the regulation of tokens and token sales.
Gibraltar Airport Could Be Jointly Managed by Spain In Post-Brexit Overture

Gibraltar Airport Could Be Jointly Managed by Spain In Post-Brexit Overture

This airport and rail expansion could really help visitation to Gibraltar, but will that be enough if Gibraltar ends up having to leave the European Union because of its ties to the UK? -Sarah Enelow
Bipartisan amendment forces UK government to impose transparency on its offshore tax havens

Bipartisan amendment forces UK government to impose transparency on its offshore tax havens

One cute side-effect of Brexit is that it got the UK out of pending EU rules limiting financial secrecy as part of a crackdown on money laundering by looting dictators, one percenters, and criminals;
Spain rescues hundreds of migrants from Mediterranean

Spain rescues hundreds of migrants from Mediterranean

UN refugee agency calls for urgent measures amid spike in arrivals with hundreds dying en routeSpain’s maritime rescue service has rescued hundreds of people trying to cross the Mediterranean into
Why Macron’s joke about sausage diplomacy cuts the mustard | Oliver Miles

Why Macron’s joke about sausage diplomacy cuts the mustard | Oliver Miles

The French president’s remark about Donald Trump may not be original, but it contains more than a soupçon of truthI was disappointed to find that the French president’s remark this week, comparing a