• Politics: Julio Anguita dies at 78 in Córdoba
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The first caliph of Córdoba was Abaderramán III and the last Julio Anguita , who succeeded the great matadors, Guerrita, Machaquito, Manolete and El Cordobés . The worn out heart of the Oracle of Córdoba - where he sings that Betis sings in Latin, in rabbi, in ladino and in arabic, according to Gerardo Diego - has stopped. With his messianic tone, his packaging as a prophet of the desert, he was the Baptist of Pablo Iglesias . The stands ask for a return to the arena. This time the highest mountain has not been the most at

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