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A SPANISH influencer was so outraged over her treatment by staff at a hotel in Paris that she took to her social media channel...
CHAMPIONS League winners Real Madrid have attacked French authorities over the organisation of last Saturday's final against Liverpool. The La Liga champions secured the trophy...
Tough path for Spain’s young tennis sensation Carlos Alcaraz if he’s to win his first Grand Slam- the 2022...
MURCIA'S Carlos Alcaraz has been given a tough path if he's to win his first Grand Slam at the age of 19. The El Palmar...
Pedro Sanchez in talks with Emmanuel Macron as Spain backs off EU-wide cap on wholesale electricity prices
PEDRO Sanchez has appealed to the European Union to come up with a 'sufficiently balanced response' to wholesale electricity prices and energy supplies in...
How a 100-year ‘war’ between an Andalucian village and France forged lifelong friendships
DAVID Guetta will play at one of the Costa del Sol's biggest music festivals. The French DJ and producer will be one of the biggest...
The men are believed to be Algerian and Moroccan nationals with links to ISIS
Novak Djokovic getting closer to Marbella-based ‘spiritual guru’ whose methods include ‘sending pleasant thoughts to boiled rice’
World number two Djokovic has raised eyebrows by bringing Imaz to the Paris Masters
Customers get charged more if they are rude
The British public go to the polls today
Millions of fans are expected to descend on Paris
Protestors chanted demands for higher wages, better conditions and more job security
Now 72 years on, France is publishing his first biography, Amado Granell, the Liberator of Paris by historian Cyril Garcia
EXCLUSIVE: The Denia Court has now received translations from the Benidorm Translation Services Offices and ordered a letter rogatory to be sent to the investigating judge in Paris
PM has pledged to cut Spain’s carbon emissions by 40% by 2030
The paintings go under the hammer at Christie’s auction house in Paris in December
It is unknown if the men are connected to the Paris terrorist attacks
Brussels on high alert after Paris Islamist attacks kill 129 and injure hundreds
Government keeps same levels of vigilance and military support following brutal murder of at least 129 people in France
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
Manhunt for Islamist suspect Salah Abdeslam continues after death of at least 130 people in Paris massacre
Private workplaces are also urged to show their support for the victims
Brave Brit helped foil gunman's wicked plot
The Spanish love a stay-cation, says new survey
Men said to have 'similar profiles' to Paris gunmen
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