Spain locks down town of 32,000 for two weeks
Spanish authorities have ordered about 32,000 people into lockdown in the central riverside town of Aranda del Duero in a bid to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
What we know so far about COVID-19 and children
President Donald Trump has been censored on Facebook and Twitter after saying children are "almost immune" from COVID-19. What do the facts say?
Espanyol want La Liga relegation cancelled amid Segunda chaos
Espanyol called on La Liga to cancel their relegation on Monday as the end to the season in Spain continues to prove problematic following a spike in cases of coronavirus.
Spain in recession as GDP tumbles by 18.5%
Spain plunged into recession in the second quarter after its gross domestic product tumbled by 18.5 percent due to the coronavirus pandemic, official figures showed on Friday.
EU struggles to agree virus recovery deal as global deaths surge
EU leaders battled to save a beleaguered 750 million euro ($860 million) virus recovery package at a summit on Sunday, as global deaths soared past 600,000 and Hong Kong
Spanish PM seeks final two-week lockdown extension
Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said Sunday he will seek parliament's approval to extend Spain's state of emergency one final time, which would keep the coronavirus lockdown
Protests, political tension grips lockdown Spain
Nightly pot-banging protests and rising political tensions piled pressure on Spain's minority government Friday as it sought to lead the nation cautiously out of lockdown and tackle the economic chaos triggered by the pandemic.
Games without fans 'sadder than dancing with your sister', says Luis Enrique
Spain coach Luis Enrique says playing behind closed doors is "sadder than dancing with your own sister", as football faces the prospect of games without supporters for the foreseeable future due to the coronavirus pandemic.