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Spanish minister resigns over tax fine

Reuters Wednesday, 13 June 2018 ()
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's culture minister resigned on Wednesday from a week-old government following local media reports that he had avoided paying taxes while working as a TV journalist 10 years ago.
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