Spain touts mass vaccine plan, sees light at tunnel's end
After months of turmoil and over 42,000 deaths, Spain appeared to see light at the end of the tunnel Friday, announcing ambitious plans to vaccinate much of the population by mid-2021.
UK rejects Spain PM's quarantine criticism
The British government on Tuesday defended its decision to quarantine all travellers arriving from Spain after it was openly criticised by the Spanish prime minister.
La Liga can resume week of June 8 - Spanish Prime Minister
Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez announced on Saturday that La Liga can resume from its coronavirus lockdown on the week of June 8.
Spain MPs vote to extend lockdown until June 6
Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez won parliamentary backing to extend the lockdown for another two weeks Wednesday, despite opposition from his rightwing opponents
'We're going out!': Spanish kids reclaim streets after weeks indoors
After six weeks stuck at home, Spain's children were allowed out Sunday to run, play or go for a walk as the government eased one of the world's toughest coronavirus lockdowns.
Spain's PM in plea for 'coronabonds' crisis funding
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez urged the EU Sunday to issue "coronabonds," controversial pooled debt instruments to help the bloc's hardest hit countries fund their battle against the devastating economic impact of the pandemic.
Spain to declare state of alert over virus
Spain's government is to declare a state of alert over the rapid spread of the deadly coronavirus, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said on Friday after infections soared to over 4,200 with 120 dead.
Spain's Sanchez wins tight parliament vote to remain PM
Spain's parliament on Tuesday confirmed Socialist leader Pedro Sanchez by a razor-thin margin as prime minister for another term at the helm of the country's first-ever coalition government since its return to democracy in the 1970s.