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Spain asks U.S. to remove radioactive soil caused by 1966 mid-air collision in Almeria

THE Spanish government has formally requested the United States to remove soil contaminated with radioactivity after a mid-air collision saw four hydrogen bombs fall...

Basque separatist group ETA dropped from US foreign terrorist blacklist

THE Basque seperatist group ETA is set to be removed from the United States foreign terrorist blacklist.  Under the full name of Basque Fatherland and...

Spy chief extradition from Spain to United States paused due to Human Rights court appeal

SPAIN'S National Court has suspended the extradition of former Venezuelan spy chief, General Hugo Carvajal, to the United States on drug-trafficking charges. The delay comes...

Spain’s PM Pedro Sanchez fires off ‘massive sanctions’ warning to Russia over Ukraine invasion

SPAIN'S Prime Minister, Pedro Sanchez, has warned Russia about 'massive sanctions' if it attacks the Ukraine. Russia has built up an estimated 100,000 troops close...

Ex-Venezuelan spy chief accused of massive cocaine trafficking is arrested after hiding in a Madrid flat in Spain

A former Venezuelan spy chief has been arrested in a Madrid flat after disappearing in defiance of a Spanish extradition order. General Hugo Carvajal is...

INDUSTRY HOPE: US tariffs on Andalucian olives scrapped for FIVE years after EU truce

THE tariffs placed on Andalucian table olives and olive oil, as well as many other European food produces, have been scrapped for five years...

Russia and Spain agree joint cybersecurity group against fake news

Russia and Spain want to gauge the extent of the problem of fake news and analyse it to prevent it from becoming a source of friction

The Obamas are in Spain… and here’s where they are visiting

Barack Obama first fell in love with the country after enjoying a backpacking tour

Rajoy offers to become Trump’s Europe and Latin America middleman in first official call

Mariano Rajoy made the commitment in an official telephone conversation last night, the first between the two parties since Trump came to power

Son of exiled Bulgarian King named Barclays bank’s country manager for Spain

Barclays sold part of its operations in Spain to local lender Caixabank in 2014

Huge rise in US students to Spanish language schools

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

Award-winning Roca Brothers chefs set to tour United States

The brothers behind the top restaurant in Spain and the world are are hitting the road Stateside

From New York to Essex: Podemos takes on the world

Pablo Iglesias and Inigo Errejon have adopted a 'divide and conquer' mentality

Competition hots up to take on €50 million of Spanish ‘bad bank’ property assets

Five companies are still in the running, including Solvia, the real estate platform of Spanish lender Sabadell

More than 1,000 arrested in ‘unprecedented’ Europe-wide organised crime crackdown

Total of 250 arrests in Spain, in 'single largest coordinated assault on organised crime in Europe'

Spain welcomes highest ever number of foreign tourists in August

Great news for the economy as Spain welcomes record numbers of foreign tourists so far this year, with Catalunya the most popular region

Guardia Civil officers attacked with a TV in Nerja

A US Marine threw the television after reportedly hitting his wife

Spain’s new favourite export to the US… teachers!

Oklahoma is recruiting Spanish staff

Spain facing €580 million losses after Russia bans EU food

Small farms are bearing the brunt of the sanctions

Tough Europe and US sanctions are ‘strong warning’ to Russia

But Spain's fragile economy could now suffer too

Spanish treasure trove worth hundreds of millions finally on display

Victory for Spain after a five-year legal battle with the United States

Top Spanish art prize goes to US architect Frank Gehry

The Prince of Asturias Award honours Gehry’s 50-year career

Red tuna reaches crisis point

World conference set to debate the future of a species now in grave danger of extinction

Oscar glory for Spain

Spanish success in foreign language film but Penelope Cruz misses out on successive Oscars




Brussels condemns plans for further irrigation around Doñana National Park and threatens financial penalties

The European Commission has sent another letter to Spain expressing serious concern for plans by Juanma Moreno (PP) and Vox to expand irrigation systems...


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