Birth rate falls in Spain

After ten years of steady growth, the birth rate per one thousand inhabitants in Spain fell from 11.37% to 10.73% in 2009.

All very Pythonesque

Alcaucín is a small town, population roughly 2,400, where only seventeen percent of the inhabitants are under the age of twenty. At this moment in time, there are no pregnancies in the town and only three children have been born in the municipality during the past sixteen months. The population of this small town is actually in decline. Of the …