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German man wanted for murder caught in Spain due to tattoo

Dominik R. was arrested by Catalan police in Lloret de Mar after the body of his 20-year-old girlfriend, Lisa, was discovered in Freyung

Teachers in Spain among highest paid in the world

The entry level salary was nearly €7,600 above the OECD average

Giant health care provider takes over Spain’s largest private hospital provider

The company will inherit 43 hospitals, 39 outpatient centres and 300 occupational risk prevention centres

Spain becomes Europe’s second largest car manufacturer

The car sector accounted for 8.7% of Spain’s gross domestic product last year

Spain’s young moving abroad in droves

Some 1.6 million ambitious Spaniards under the age of 34 have left the country

Spain is second highest importer of lion hunting trophies, new report finds

Conservationists are calling for a blanket ban on all hunting trophies

British teacher takes on 8,000km cycle across Europe

Swapping his interactive whiteboard for a road bike, Briton Andrew Sykes cycled 8,000km across the continent

More than two thirds of Spaniards want the UK to remain in the EU

All five countries surveyed want Britain to avoid Brexit

Spain and four largest EU economies to share information on secret owners of businesses and trusts

The agreement is a response to public concerns following Panama Papers leak

Europcar wins TripAdvisor prize for being top car hire company

Europcar’s prize is a prestigious 2016 TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Favorite.

Spain would be richer if its businesses were larger

Size is everything when it comes to Spanish business

Uber app to relaunch in Spain

The app was banned in the country in December 2014

Spanish footballer Cesc Fabregas leaves man-of-the-match ball at French embassy following Paris terrorist attacks

France's international friendly with Germany at the Stade de France was one of the sites targeted in Friday's attack which killed at least 131 people

Tax crackdown in Spain

Spain ramps up efforts to reclaim billions of euros lost in unpaid taxes

Greece is the word

As predicted five years ago, Greece is still a country to watch when it comes to the euro’s future, writes Ian Le Breton, Managing Director of Sovereign Trust

Gibraltar and Spain to do battle at UK Music Festival Awards

Gibraltar Music Festival and Benicassim nominated at UK Music Festvial Awards

Spanish workers retiring later than Germans, Italians or French

Average retirement age for Spanish men is now 62.3 years, and 63.2 years for women

Spain ‘leading light’ in European economy after 11 months of growth

Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy labels Spain as the ‘Germany of southern Europe’

German PM Angela Merkel shows support for Spain PM Mariano Rajoy ahead of elections

It came as the two leaders met to discuss issues including immigration

Spain number one for well-equipped holiday rentals

Spanish rentals commended for air conditioning, pool access and laundry machines

Spain among ‘big four’ European nations leading job market boom

The ‘big four’ countries of France, Germany, Spain and Italy are leading the continent in creating a business bonanza

Spanish holidaymakers prone to stealing hotel goods

The Spanish are behind the Argentines and the Singaporeans as the most light-fingered holiday makers

Spain seizes five people who tried to buy immigrant’s kidney for €6,000

Spanish police arrested five people who offered a penniless immigrant €6,000 in exchange for a kidney