El correo español de bizkaia

El correo español de bizkaia

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The Basque Meteorological Agency, Euskalmet, forecasts for this Monday in the Basque Country a start of the week with sunny and hot weather. The sun will shine again, although it will be partially veiled by medium and high clouds that will increase from the afternoon.
The Basque Meteorological Agency, Euskalmet, forecasts for this Monday in the Basque Country a start of the week with sunny and hot weather. The sun will shine again, although it will be partially veiled by medium and high clouds that will increase from the afternoon.

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Since the 1970s, El Correo has been a target of ETA actions, suffering attacks against its facilities on several occasions,[4] including the assassination of its director Javier de Ybarra y Bergé in 1977.[5] During this period, writers such as Azorín, Valle-Inclán or Pío Baroja collaborated with the newspaper.
During this period, writers of the generation of ’98 collaborated with the newspaper, such as Azorín, Valle-Inclán or Pío Baroja, as well as Julio Camba, José María Salaverría, Concha Espina or Pedro Mourlane Michelena.
In 1945, the Echevarría and Bergareche families, publishers of the now defunct El Noticiero Bilbaíno, joined the publishing company. In 1947 they acquired most of the Guipuzcoan El Diario Vasco, recovered the part appropriated by the Falangists, and became Bilbao Editorial.

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The Civil Chamber I of the Supreme Court has established in a sentence that the newspaper “El Correo” did not violate the right to privacy of three minors accused of the “Otxarkoaga crime”, since it did not provide data that would allow the average reader of the newspaper to identify them. Therefore, it revoked the compensation of 90,000 euros that the Court of Bizkaia had awarded to these minors (30,000 euros each).
The Court of First Instance dismissed the claim. It considered that the alleged violation had not occurred due to “the lack of identification data of the minors”, which prevented the mentions contained in the article from affecting their privacy. The Public Prosecutor’s Office appealed the sentence, and the Court of Bizkaia upheld the appeal on the grounds that there had been an unlawful interference with the minors’ right to privacy, sentencing the newspaper’s publishing company to pay 30,000 euros in compensation to each of the minors.
Among other reasons, the Provincial Court recognized that the information dealt with a very serious event (the violent death of two elderly people in their home), at a time when there was a social debate on juvenile delinquency, but also stated that the information published (personality of the minors, their previous actions, consumption of intoxicants, etc.) “contributed nothing to the chronicle of the event, and was excessive”.

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