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Basque magic: How Spanish children ended up playing in English teams before ‘foreign players’ became a thing
WAS it a cultural thing? Nature vs.Nurture? Was there something in the water? Their DNA? What follows traces the plight of six Basque adolescents,...
Support for independence reaches historic low in Spain’s Basque Country
SUPPORT for breaking away from Spain has fallen to a historic low in the Basque Country which went through a forty year armed conflict...
Life’s a picnic: The Olive Press tests Bilbao’s famous Azurmendi restaurant
As Spain’s top chef Eneko Atxa opens in London, Jon Clarke checks out the green and wacky world of his Basque restaurant
Paul Hollywood brother-in-law killed in Spain’s fatal plane crash caused by poor planning
The pilot and his passenger David Hockings died instantly in the crash
Iconic Spanish staple named the ‘best food experience in the world’
IT’S official. Spanish cuisine is the best food experience in the world. Well, more specifically it’s Basque cuisine, with pintxo hopping in San Sebastian’s historic...
Spain’s San Fermin bull running festival gets underway
Pamplona town hall has been fighting to reassure women that the festival is safe to attend
Up to 200,000 protestors form human chain calling for independence referendum for Spain’s Basque Country
ALMOST 200,000 protestors formed a human chain to call for a referendum on the independence of the Basque Country from Spain. Spaniards from the wealthy...
Future of Spanish Prime Minister Rajoy under threat as opposition parties gain momentum at no-confidence motion debate
The decision of whether to oust Rajoy lies in the hands of just six MPs after the PNV have announced to side with the PSOE
Potatoes brought peace to Spain
POTATOES brought back to Europe by the Spanish reduced civil conflict for almost 200 years. Researchers from the National Bureau of Economic Research found that...
‘Hurry up, I’m dying!’: Last words of Spanish bullfighter gored to death after tripping on cape
He is the second Spanish bullfighter to die in 12 months
John Malkovich pops into top Spain restaurant Mugaritz
Mugaritz came in at ninth place on the World's 50 Best restaurants list
Basque terrorist group Eta plan to disarm
Terrorist group Eta is responsible for 800 deaths over four decades, and the disarmament could potentially end the violence
Andalucia Junta head Susana Diaz to finally announce bid to become new PSOE leader
Susana Diaz is to throw her hat in the ring for the Socialists’ leadership race by March 26, according to sources close to her
Spaniards urge boycott of The Invisible Guardian film after Basque actress Miren Gaztanaga calls them ‘rednecks’
Miren Gaztanaga, who stars in the new thriller flick The Invisible Guardian, has been condemned on social media after her comments during an interview on controversial Basque comedy show Euskalduna Naiz, eta Zu?
Basque Patxi Lopez announces PSOE leadership bid as race for top spot begins
Andalucia head Susana Diaz is also expected to run
Spanish Michelin-starred chef draws inspiration from William Shakespeare
Mugaritz is ranked No. 7 on The World's 50 Best Restaurants list
Spain’s conservative Partido Popular boosted by regional elections
They won big in Galicia
Eneko Atka of Azurmendi Bilbao to open London restaurant
The restaurant will focus on Atxa’s ‘fresh modern Basque dishes’
Pablo Iglesias calls for all Spanish children to be able to study country’s regional languages
Spanish schoolchildren could be taught Basque, Catalan and Gallego
Spanish judge charges five suspected ETA terrorists with crimes against humanity
Judge acts against Basque paramilitaries after attacks that killed 12
Spanish families spend more on food depending on where they live
Survey reveals Basque families spend the most on food, while those in Extremadura spend the least
A Spanish construction firm is building homes out of straw
The creation in Biscay from Basque company EcoPaja is the first house of its kind to be built in Spain
Wheelchair pilgrims to take on Camino de Santiago
Two best friends from America will be the first to make the famous pilgrimage by wheelchair
Leader of Podemos sues PP official over links to Castro and terrorist group ETA
Pablo Iglesias is also suing newspaper El Mundo
Unlikely Basque rom-com breaks box office record
'Eight Basque Surnames' takes on the politically sensitive issue of Basque identity... and wins!
Gender violence continues to dramatically rise across Spain
Five women died in three days as a result of gender violence in Spain this week
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