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World’s oldest man dies in Spain at 112, weeks shy of 113th birthday

said in a news release. RELATED: ‘She was a pillar’: Hester Ford, oldest living American, dies at 116García stood at 4.92 feet, according to Guinness. He was able to avoid being enlisted in the 1936 Spanish Civil War and established a living as a shoemaker, allowing him to create boots for the army. He enjoyed playing soccer and supported Leon’s team Cultural Leonesa.

He also co-founded Puente Castro’s local team."Guinness World Records send their deepest condolences to Saturnino's family," the agency continued.García leaves behind seven daughters, 14 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren.The world’s oldest person recently celebrated her 119th birthday in a nursing home in Japan. Kane Tanaka – a Guinness World Records recognized supercentenarian was born on Jan.

2, 1903, in the Fukuoka Prefecture of Japan, reported Kyodo News.AdvertisementFOX Business contributed to this report. This story was reported from Los Angeles.  

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said in a news release. RELATED: ‘She was a pillar’: Hester Ford, oldest living American, dies at 116García stood at 4.92 feet, according to Guinness. He was able to avoid being enlisted in the 1936 Spanish Civil War and established a living as a shoemaker, allowing him to create boots for the army. He enjoyed playing soccer and supported Leon’s team Cultural Leonesa.
presidential debates continue to develop and evolve, their competitive spirit has not changed and continues to be a significant part of the presidential election process.However, if the policy planned by the RNC is enacted and enforced, this would ultimately change the way debates have been conducted in the nation for decades. RELATED: Presidential debates: The history of the American political traditionParis Bennard, a national spokesperson for the RNC, told FOX Television Stations Group that the way debates are currently structured has been "unfair to the Republican" and pointed to instituting new reforms as a way to resolve the matter."The ball is in the court of the debate commission," Bennard told FOX. "We’ve met with them, in person, virtually, sent them multiple letters, and yet they still come to the same conclusion they’re unwilling to do these commonsense reforms to make the debate process more fair for moving forward for the 2024 election year." U.S.

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