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Hundreds of thousands rally for LGBTI rights in Madrid

Hundreds of thousands of people marched in a global gay pride demonstration in Madrid under tight security, and a parade of 52 floats took the festivities through the Spanish capital and into the night.

Spain detains Danish man suspected of fighting with IS

In 2004, 191 people died after bombs exploded on commuter trains in Madrid in an attack claimed by Qaeda-inspired militants.

Wildfire continues in Spain

It has destroyed around 1,000 hectares of forest in the Sierra de la Calderona natural park.

Donald Trump picks Indian American Krishna R Urs to be ambassador to Peru

The appointment of Urs, a career member of the Senior Foreign Service, would have to be approved by the Senate.

Spanish school kids seek heat relief in funeral home

"Five students had been taken to hospital, one for heatstroke, the others because they were nervous" due to the heat, the spokesman said.

Close your legs please: Madrid bus manspreading ban starts

The practice of men sitting in public transport with their legs wide apart, taking up more than one seat, has long been an irritant and the term "manspreading" appeared in 2014 in New York following a campaign against it there.

Spain`s Catalonia announces October independence vote

Speaking in Barcelona, Carles Puigdemont said the question would be: "Do you want Catalonia to be an independent state in the form of a republic."

PM Narendra Modi departs on two-day visit to Spain; to discuss trade, technology with top leaders

PM Narendra Modi departs on two-day visit to Spain; to discuss trade, technology with top leaders

Following his visit to Germany, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi departed for Spain's Madrid from Germany's Berlin Tegel Airport on Tuesday.

Basque militant separatists ETA say they have disarmed: BBC

Basque militant separatist group ETA, which waged a bloody campaign for independence from Spain for over half a century, said early on Friday it had given up all its arms and explosives.

Aid group fears hundreds of migrants drowned off Libya

Madrid: A Spanish aid organisation said today that it feared that hundreds of migrants may have died Libya's coast after five bodies were found near two capsized boats while the search for a third vessel reported missing has so far proved futile.

Spain's ETA to fully disarm by April 8: Source close to talks

The Basque separatist group ETA plans to fully lay down its weapons by April 8, a source close to disarmament talks said Friday.

Police called to Diego Maradona's hotel over argument

Police called to Diego Maradona's hotel over argument

Maradona is in Madrid to watch his old side Napoli take on European champions Real Madrid 

Barcelona sack director Pere Gratacos over controversial comments on Lionel Messi

Barcelona sack director Pere Gratacos over controversial comments on Lionel Messi

Barcelona`s response demonstrates the current sensitivity surrounding Messi as club is hoping to tie the 29-year-old to a long-term contract.

Ballon d`Or: Five moments that won Cristiano Ronaldo the coveted prize

Ballon d`Or: Five moments that won Cristiano Ronaldo the coveted prize

For the fourth time in his career Cristiano Ronaldo was crowned the best player in the world by winning the Ballon d`Or on Monday.

Spanish police arrest two Moroccans accused of supporting Islamic State

Spanish police have arrested two Morrocan imams on the island of Ibiza accused of supporting the Islamist militant group Islamic State publicly and through their social media profiles, the Interior Ministry said on Tuesday.

Nearly 70 hurt in gas explosion in Spain

More than 70 people were injured, four seriously, in a gas cylinder explosion in the southern Spanish city of Malaga, officials said on Saturday.

Thousands rally in Madrid seeking ban on bullfighting

Thousands of people took to the streets of Spanish capital Madrid to demand an end to the tradition of bullfighting, a media report said.

Transfer ban 'absurd', claims Zinedine Zidane as coach and father

Transfer ban 'absurd', claims Zinedine Zidane as coach and father

On the field, Zidane can continue his incredible first year as a senior coach as having lifted the Champions League in May.

Spanish court suspends independence resolution in Catalonia

Spain`s Constitutional Court on Monday annulled a resolution by Catalonia`s Assembly to press ahead with independence, deepening a stand-off between separatists in the northeastern region and the central government.

Spanish parties, King make fourth bid to end political stalemate

Spain`s King Felipe and leaders of the four main parties will make a fourth attempt on Thursday to end seven months of political stalemate, with pressure for a deal mounting as a deadline for next year`s budget nears.