Spain to hold 10 days of mourning for virus victims
Spain is to hold 10 days of official mourning for victims of the coronavirus epidemic that has so far claimed nearly 27,000 lives, the government said Tuesday.
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 PM urges unity as he pushes to extend lockdown
Facing growing political opposition and protests in the street, Spain's Pedro Sanchez called for unity on Wednesday as his minority government sought parliament's approval for an extension of the lockdown.
'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 counts 1,500 new coronavirus cases in one day
Spain confirmed more than 1,500 new cases of coronavirus between Friday and Saturday raising its total to 5,753 cases, the second-highest number in Europe after Italy.
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 loses first bid to return as PM, eyes fresh vote
Spain's parliament rejected Socialist leader Pedro Sanchez's bid to be reappointed prime minister on Sunday but he appeared on track to win a second confidence vote
Spain votes in repeat general election amid Catalonia tensions
Spain voted Sunday in its fourth general election in as many years amid heightened tensions over the separatist push in Catalonia that has fuelled a surge in support for upstart far-right party Vox.