JOSU

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"When we are with the local people, we feel safe, that we are not alone," Josu said, likely because of strong similarities in cultures between the two countries.
Josu said the survivors were taken to the General Hospital in Ipokia for medical treatment.
Bilbao president Josu Urrutia spoke to Laporte on Wednesday and the player told him he wants to make the move, having pulled out of a move in 2016, when a fee and terms had been agreed.
as their conductor, started their set singing a capella Josu Elberdin's 'Cantate Domino.' One could simply be overwhelmed by their presence and power of their voices, which filled the massive Santo Domingo Church and brought with it a rather different ambiance.
The delegation included GUE/NGL MEPs Neoklis Sylikiotis (Cyprus) - chair of the European Parliament Delegation for Relations with Palestine (D-PAL) - Eleonora Forenza (Italy) and Josu Juaristi (Basque country).
MEPs Patrick Le Hyaric of France, Eleonora Forenza of Italy and Josu Juaristi of Spain who are included in the EP mission belong to GUE/NGL.
ANOTHER EXAMPLE of an unexpected container home design comes from Rennes, in France, and was designed by Josu Gillet.
With the speculation not going away, Bilbao's president Josu Urrutia has called a press conference to be held this Thursday.
"All refugees interviewed told us they were not given the opportunity to ask for asylum, neither in Greece nor in Turkey," members of European Parliament Cornelia Ernst, Marina Albiol and Josu Juaristi said in their report. "All said they did not know what will happen to them and had received no information since they arrived in Turkey."
The repertoire of sacred and secular choral compositions spans historical periods and cultures, featuring the works of Antonio Vivaldi, William Byrd, Max Janowski, Eric Esenvalds, Josu Elberdin, Ivo Antognini, Jeffrey Blersch, David von Kampen and others.
The judge also charged Jose Antonio Urruticoetxea, who is known as "Josu Ternera," who is currently on the run after escaping in France in 2013.