On the evening of Thursday, December 10, 2015, Their Majesties King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain arrived at the Casa de ABC in Madrid to attend the 2015 Premios Mariano de Cavia, Luca de Tena, and Mingote awards ceremony.
The Premio Mariano de Cavia went to Spanish journalist, Mr. Carlos Herrera Crusset, for his article entitled, Muros de Ayer y Hoy.
The Premio Luca de Tena went to Mr. Miguel Henrique Otero, editor of the Venezuelan newspaper, El Nacional.
The Premio Mingote went to Mr. Javier Barcáiztegui for his cartoon published in the November 2014 edition of the journal, Trofeo.
After the ceremony Their Majesties and hundreds of guests attended a gala dinner in honor of the winners of the three awards.
On Thursday, December 10, 2015, His Royal Highness The Duke of Cambridge visited Keogh Barracks in Aldershot, England.
During today’s visit the duke presented 160 medals — the Government Ebola Medal for Service in West Africa to be exact — to personnel from 22 Field Hospital at a parade in recognition of the six-month deployment on Operation Gritlock.
On the afternoon of Thursday, December 10, 2015, His Majesty King Philippe of Belgium attended the 11th Edition of the Prix Belgodyssée for Young Journalists held at the Palais Royal in Brussels.
Established in 2004, the Belgodyssée is an initiative of Belgian Public Radio network, VRT VivaCité, and the Fonds Prince Philippe, in collaboration with the Belgian newspapers Metro and L’Avenir as well as with the support of the Chancellerie du Premier Ministre and Brussels Airlines.
The overall goal of the prize is to promote collaboration among future journalists of the three communities within the country. Held under the theme, New Forms of Solidarity, sixteen young journalists traveled throughout Belgium producing variety of reports for radio and print media while sharing their experiences on social media.