Spain PM `deeply shaken` by France air crash findings

Spain`s Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said Thursday he was "deeply shaken" by a French prosecutor`s finding that the co-pilot of a Germanwings passenger jet appeared to crash the plane deliberately, killing 150 people.

Spain new boys out to make a mark against Ukraine
Spain new boys out to make a mark against Ukraine

Spain coach Vicente del Bosque has called up several new faces for Friday`s Euro 2016 qualifier at home to Ukraine with forward Juanmi and midfielder Vitolo among those keen to make a mark.

Spain investigates malicious Tweets about air crash

The Spanish government said Wednesday it was hunting for the authors of malicious jokes on Twitter about the victims of the air crash in the French Alps.

Juventus forward Morata eyeing Spain opportunity
Juventus forward Morata eyeing Spain opportunity

Diego Costa`s injury could hand fellow Spain forward Alvaro Morata a chance to try to transfer his fine form for Juventus to the international stage although he knows he faces a stiff task to win a place in the team.

New York's David Villa could make Spain return, says Del Bosque
New York's David Villa could make Spain return, says Del Bosque

David Villa`s international career is not necessarily over and the striker could return to the squad and extend his Spain scoring record, coach Vicente del Bosque said on Tuesday.

Diego Costa out of Ukraine game, Netherlands friendly
Diego Costa out of Ukraine game, Netherlands friendly

Spain forward Diego Costa will miss the holders` Euro 2016 qualifier at home to Ukraine on Friday and a friendly away to Netherlands four days later due to a hamstring injury sustained playing for Chelsea at the weekend.

Spain ruling party ran illegal slush fund: Judge

A court probe has found that Spain`s ruling Popular Party ran an illegal slush fund for 18 years, a judge said Monday, reviving a corruption scandal that has embarrassed the government.

Greek PM to visit Merkel as Spain turns screw on Athens

The leaders of debt-wracked Greece and economic powerhouse Germany will meet in Berlin today after weeks of bad feeling over Athens' debt woes, bitter wartime memories and an offensive hand gesture.

Spain says funds for Greece only after reforms: Report

Greece will not receive money from the eurozone rescue fund until it implements all of its proposed reforms, the Spanish economy minister told the Financial Times on Sunday.

World powers hail resumption of Libya political dialogue

European powers and the United States welcomed renewed dialogue between Libya`s rival political factions, amid UN-mediated talks aimed at reaching an agreement to form a unity government in the strife-torn country.

Thousands flock to anti-austerity `dignity march` in Madrid
Thousands flock to anti-austerity `dignity march` in Madrid

Thousands of people took part in a "march for dignity" in Madrid on Saturday to protest against austerity measures on the eve of a closely-watched regional election in southern Spain. 

Vincente del Bosque calls up Vitolo for Euro qualifier
Vincente del Bosque calls up Vitolo for Euro qualifier

Spain coach Vicente del Bosque has called up in-form Sevilla midfielder Vitolo for the first time for the holders` Euro 2016 qualifier at home to Ukraine next Friday, while Chelsea forward Diego Costa returns to the squad.

British woman killed in Tunisia terror attack: Cameron

A British woman was among at least 23 people killed in terrorist shootings at a museum in Tunisia's capital yesterday, Prime Minister David Cameron said on day, pledging "not to let terrorists undermine democracy".

Spain finds remains of `Don Quixote` writer Cervantes after 400 years

Spain on Tuesday unearthed the apparent remains of literary giant and father of the modern novel Miguel de Cervantes, found in a Madrid convent almost 400 years after his death.

Spain`s `Indignants` combat mass eviction trauma

Jessica`s apartment is quiet but for the ticking of the living room clock. It is 6:00 am and the police could arrive at any moment.

Spain finds remains of `Don Quixote` writer Cervantes

 Spain on Tuesday unearthed the apparent remains of literary giant and father of the modern novel Miguel de Cervantes, found in a Madrid convent almost 400 years after his death.

Obama, Putin satirised in Spain`s explosive spring fest

A grinning Barack Obama in a white tutu kicks Vladimir Putin in the privates. Angela Merkel bends and bares her bottom.

Travelling to Spain? Here's why you should check out Fallas de Valencia
Travelling to Spain? Here's why you should check out Fallas de Valencia

Miquel Corbi Albella talks to Avril-Ann Braganza about the festival held in honour of Saint Joseph

Spain arrests 8 suspected members of jihadi cell

The Interior Ministry says police have arrested eight suspected members of a jihadi terror cell in raids across the country.

Eight arrested in Spain for sending jihadis to Syria, Iraq

 Eight alleged members of a jihadi cell were arrested on Friday in Spain on charges of inciting terrorism and recruiting fighters to take up arms in Syria and Iraq, the ministry of interior announced.