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  1. Shown is the ‘period life expectancy’ at birth. This is the average number of years a newborn would live if age-specific mortality rates in the current year were to stay the same throughout its life. The data is taken from the 2022 United Nations World Population Prospects. It is also used to calculate the Human Development Index

  2. Spain: Independence of Dominican Republic from 4 year occupation by the Spanish Empire; ousts Spain from Hispaniola: 1866 Third Italian War of Independence Veneto Austria: Austrian Empire loses Veneto to Kingdom of Italy: 1868–1878 Ten Years' War Cuba Spain: Defeat of insurgents; Spain retains control of Cuba: 1869 Red River Rebellion: Métis ...

  3. Alfonso XIII's claim descended (due to his two eldest sons' renunciations) to his third son, Infante Juan, Count of Barcelona, who was passed over in favour of his eldest son, whose title became King of Spain. The Count of Barcelona renounced his claims in favour of his son in 1977, two years after Franco's death and Juan Carlos's accession.

  4. The current world number one is Carlos Alcaraz from Spain, who also holds the record for being the youngest ever No. 1 in history at 19 years and 4 months. Players from Russia represent no country following a political decision jointly made by the governing bodies of tennis in the face of the Russian invasion of Ukraine .

  5. Consists of the Balearic island Cabrera, that was isolated from Majorca during the last glacial period 12,000 years ago, and the surrounding archipelago [needs update]. Caldera de Taburiente: Santa Cruz de Tenerife (La Palma island) Canary Islands: 1954 4,690 ha (11,589 acres) Doñana: Huelva and Sevilla: Andalusia: 1969 54,252 ha (134,060 acres)

  6. This is a list of events in Canada and its predecessors that are commonly characterized as massacres. Massacre is defined in the Oxford English Dictionary as "the indiscriminate and brutal slaughter of people or (less commonly) animals; carnage, butchery, slaughter in numbers"; it also states that the term is used "in the names of certain massacres of history".

  7. A number of missions were opened in the first years after independence. In his 1947 State of the Nation Address (SONA), President Manuel Roxas announced that missions in a number of other cities were also opened aside from the embassy in Washington, D.C.; [4] these included the first consulates general in New York City , San Francisco , and ...

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