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Most Spaniards want their new king, Felipe, to play a greater role in politics and build bridges between the country's divided parties and regions, a poll showed on Sunday...The poll in newspaper El Pais suggested three quarters of Spaniards thought
In a recent interview with a Spanish newspaper La Vanguardia , Pope Francis spoke about why he prefers not to use the bulletproof Popemobile, explaining that at his age he doesn't have "much to lose." The bulletproof Popemobile was introduced after
A nine-year-old girl from Spain who went missing for seven months has been rescued from deep in the Amazonian rainforest. The child went missing last August when her Bolivian neighbour 35-year old Grover Morales took her on holiday with her parents'
Suggested Topics The International Brigades are back in Barcelona, but this time they are not defending the doomed Second Republic in Spain's Civil War as they were when they were last present, almost 80 years ago. Instead, they take to the stage in
The proposed tax, of up to $13 a year per household, would go to finance features that shoot in the region. With government subsidies nearly exhausted and box office draw down due to a recent tax increase, the government of Spain's Catalan region is
It wasn't quite blink and you've missed it, but Christopher Columbus's 21-day spell as Spain's largest football fan in history came to an abrupt end on Sunday morning, when a giant replica Barca shirt that had adorned a statue of Europe's most famous
The dismembered bodies of the 22-year-old Martinez and 23-year-old Julian Alejandro Zamora Gracia were found Wednesday in Los Arcos, a neighbourhood in the southern section of Saltillo, the Coahuila state Attorney General's Office said. The victims'
A Spanish architect has filed a lawsuit against the public works authority, Ashghal, on grounds of alleged infringement of patent rights in the design of lampposts on Al Waab Street. Recently, a court in Barcelona admitted the lawsuit, filed last
El Mundo headlines Hacienda has asked for actions to have media repercussions. Ana Fernandez Diaz has asked her civil service staff to enter the homes and businesses which have notoriety for debt. After the election regional election last Sunday the
El Mundo headlines that Brussels will prohibit rescued Banks return to bricks and mortar. They will inject 37 billion in exchange for the banks leaving real estate, and going back to their traditional business...The International Monetary Fund