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About 1,500 tourists were evacuated Tuesday from the Sagrada Familia church, a popular destination for visitors to Barcelona, Spain, after a man set a fire inside, authorities said.

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Pope urges Spain to shun secularismupdated: Sun Nov 07 2010 06:50:00

Pope Benedict XVI defended religion from critics Sunday as he dedicated the Sagrada Familia church, a still-unfinished emblem of the Spanish city of Barcelona.

SI.com: Greg Lalas: If everyone loves Barça, why are they picking Man U?updated: Tue May 26 2009 10:25:00

It's safe to say Wednesday's Champions League final is the most anticipated title match since UEFA created the platinum edition of Europe's top tournament. From Rome to Rochester to Rangoon, everyone with even a modicum of soccer in his blood is planning on watching the game live, regardless if that requires skipping an important sales call at work or losing a few hours of sleep.

Time.com: Barcelona Faces Day 2 of Blackoutupdated: Tue Jul 24 2007 23:35:00

Shops operated with gas-powered lamps, traffic lights remained blank and courthouses turned to battery power Tuesday as Spain's most cosmopolitan city faced Day Two of a major power outage

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