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`High risk of terror attack` in Spain: Minister

 Spain is facing its highest level of terror threat since 2004 because of the danger posed by jihadists, said the country`s Interior Minister Jorge Fernandez Diaz on Sunday.

Spain arrests Moroccan accused of distributing Islamic State propaganda

Spanish police arrested a Moroccan man in the north eastern city of Badalona on Saturday accused of distributing militant Islamist propaganda across social networks, the Interior Ministry said.

Spain raises terror alert level to high after attacks

Spain raised its terror alert level from medium to high today after deadly attacks in France, Tunisia and Kuwait, its Interior Minister Jorge Fernandez Diaz said.

France, Spain push for UN action to end Syria barrel bombings

France and Spain pledged Friday to launch a new effort at the UN Security Council for action to stop barrel bomb attacks in Syria, which rights groups describe as a leading killer in the war.

Spain sends demand to Britain for Rwandan spy chief

 Spain sent a formal demand to Britain on Wednesday calling for it to hand over a Rwandan general whom Madrid wants to try for alleged atrocities in the 1990s.

Spanish police return art stolen from Swedish churches

 Spanish police on Monday returned 12 artworks, including several 15th-century wood engravings, to Sweden`s embassy in Madrid after they were allegedly stolen by a Spaniard from Swedish churches and museums.

40 Spanish experts rescue injured climber from deep cave

Emergency services in Spain's northeastern region of Catalonia successfully rescued an injured caver from deep underground on Sunday after deploying a team of 40 experts.

Cars threaten world`s most endangered feline
Cars threaten world`s most endangered feline

The world`s most endangered feline species, the Iberian lynx, is making a comeback in Spain after being pushed to the brink of extinction. But the costly efforts to reintroduce the spotted cat into the wild face an unexpected enemy -- cars.

Spain PM tweaks party leadership structure after vote drubbing
Spain PM tweaks party leadership structure after vote drubbing

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Thursday blamed the economic crisis and corruption scandals for his ruling Popular Party`s recent drubbing in local elections.

Uncapped Footitt in England`s Ashes training squad
Uncapped Footitt in England`s Ashes training squad

Uncapped Derbyshire left-arm paceman Mark Footitt was included in England`s 14-man squad announced Thursday for a pre-Ashes training camp in Spain.

Women's World Cup: South Korea follow Brazil into last 16
Women's World Cup: South Korea follow Brazil into last 16

South Korea booked their ticket to the last 16 of the Women`s World Cup alongside Brazil on Wednesday with a dramatic 2-1 win over Spain in their final Group E game.

US, Spain sign modification of defence pact for use of air base

Spain and the US signed an amended version of the 1988 bilateral defence partnership here to allow American troops permanent use of the Moron air base near the Spanish city of Seville.

New Spanish mayors cast doubts on big building projects

Spain`s construction industry is on edge after far-left mayors took office in the nation`s two largest cities, Barcelona and Madrid, casting doubts over the future of major building projects.

Spanish Germanwings bodies repatriated

The bodies of 32 Spanish victims of the Germanwings flight that crashed into the French Alps in March were flown back to Spain on Monday aboard a specially fitted plane.

Spanish Germanwings bodies repatriated

The bodies of 32 Spanish victims of the Germanwings flight that crashed into the French Alps in March were flown back to Spain on Monday aboard a specially fitted plane.

Anti-Semitic joke backfires on Indignado Madrid official

An anti-Semitic joke that a newly elected official from the Spanish Indignados (Outraged) movement tweeted in 2011 unleashed a storm of criticism Sunday, a day after his group took over the Madrid city council.

Brazil advance, Colombia shock France at Women`s World Cup
Brazil advance, Colombia shock France at Women`s World Cup

Brazil advanced to the last 16 of the Women`s World Cup on Saturday with a hard-fought 1-0 win over Spain as France fell 2-0 to Colombia in the first upset of the tournament.

Andressa Alves fires Brazil into World Cup last 16
Andressa Alves fires Brazil into World Cup last 16

A first half Andressa Alves goal booked South American giants Brazil their ticket to the last 16 of the Women`s World Cup on Saturday with a 1-0 win over Spain.

Manuela Carmena, leftist ex-judge now Madrid mayor

A communist and rights activist in her youth, former judge Manuela Carmena on Saturday became mayor of Madrid, ending 24 years of conservative rule in the Spanish capital.