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Teacher from Spain ‘hid in cupboard’ with students while white supremacist went on killing spree at US school

 A TEACHER from Spain was forced to hide in cupboard with her pupils as a white supremacist went on a killing spree in the...

Wall Street warns Calatan crisis is still risk to Spain’s economy

According to a report released by the bank, it outlined that Catalunya continued to dictate events not only in the Spanish banking system but also more globally. 

Doomsday clock moves closer to midnight as nuclear war deemed more likely

THE Doomsday clock which represents the likelihood of a man-made global catastrophe has just moved closer to midnight. Started in 1947 by Chicago Atomic Scientists,...

Appeal launched to get British expat mother life-saving cancer treatment

AN appeal has been launched to get a much-loved expat life-saving cancer treatment.   Louise Metherell, 51, from Portsmouth, was diagnosed with multiple myeloma at Christmas...

Spain trumps US to become world’s second-most visited country

SPAIN has trumped the US to become the world's second-most visited country. Speaking in Italy late last night, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said 82 million...

Late-night host Stephen Colbert ridicules Catalunya’s independence crisis on American TV

American host Stephen Colbert has mocked Catalunya's independence crises following the arrest of eight cabinet ministers in a segment titled ‘Spain’t Misbehaving’.

The biggest myths about Christopher Columbus as Spain celebrates ‘Hispanic Day’

CHRISTOPHER Columbus stares out at the Atlantic Ocean and tells his son the world is like the orange he is peeling: round, not flat....

Huge ALLIGATOR fish native to North America found lurking in Costa del Sol waters

A HUGE alligator fish that's native to North America has been founding lurking on the Costa del Sol. The creature, called an Alligator Gar, was found...

Britain and the US march lockstep into yesterday

BLOG: America and the UK are going through an identical change... now comes the politics, writes Ashley Andrews

Hispanic Day gets underway as Spain celebrates Christopher Columbus’ first voyage to America

Hispanic Day, or Fiesta Nacional de España, sees everything from naval parades in Madrid to planes painting Spanish flags across the country’s skies

Spain agrees deal with North American countries to provide teachers

American schools are aiming to boost Spanish learning among their pupils

Huge rise in US students to Spanish language schools

A favourable exchange rate has led to a rise in US applicants

Fast-food chain 100 Montaditos files for bankruptcy in the USA

The Spanish company's venture Stateside has crumbled

Spain to deport up to 130 Latin American gang leaders from Madrid

The new initiative aims to break up criminal organisations before they take hold

ISIS in north Africa is a ‘serious threat’ to Spain, says foreign minister

Middle East and North African situation 'more complicated'

Fossil fuel giant Repsol slammed in climate report for South America

The 'corporate conquistadors' are accused of causing irreparable damage to indigenous communities

EXCLUSIVE: British fraudster ‘mastermind’ Richard Pope fears for his life after ‘snitching’ on co-defendants

Richard Pope to be released on Christmas Day after 'assisting authorities'

Inflation… where?

It's like trying to find a needle in haystack, writes Mark Rickard

UPDATE: USA requests use of Spanish military bases in fight against Ebola

Bases in Sevilla and Cadiz would be used as stopover points for the American effort against the Ebola outbreak in West Africa

Chicken to blame for Spain’s growing environmental footprint

Spain falls two places in world sustainability rankings

Time for a divorce in Spain?

Antonio Flores, of Lawbird, tackles the tricky questions about ending a marriage

Spain arrests nine Islamic State fighters as European jihadist support rises dramatically

The EU anti-terrorism chief adds that air strikes will only increase the risk of retaliation

The legal battle that restored Spain’s claim to the biggest ever underwater bounty

Jack Gaioni explores modern-day treasure hunters, are they pirates or archaeologists?


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