1 dead, 14 hurt in blast at Spain apartment block
One person died and 14 people were injured in an explosion in a block of flats in a Spanish seaside resort near Barcelona early Sunday, rescuers said.
Catalan separatists rally to push for break from Spain
Tens of thousands of Catalans gathered in Barcelona and four other cities Sunday for mass rallies to demand their region break away from Spain, as pro-independence leaders try to iron ...
Wildfires rage along Spain's coast, arsonist sought
Wildfires raged along Spain's coast on Tuesday with police searching for an arsonist who started the blaze near the popular resort of Benidorm that forced the evacuation of 1,400 people.
Spain risks third elections, prime minister warns as deadlock continues
Spain's acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy warned Tuesday that the country may have to hold a third round of elections, after his Socialist rival refused to back his efforts to form a coalition government.
Nnaji advises ministry on visas for Nigerian stars
National women basketball coach, Scott Nnaji, has called on the sports ministry to find a way of getting foreign missions, whose countries are hosting international competitions ...
Portugal climbs above Spain in FIFA ranking, Argentina stays top
A shock win at Euro 2016 has taken Fernando Santos’s side up two places, while the previous European champions are now down to eighth.
Del Bosque quits as Spain coach
Spain coach Vicente del Bosque has resigned his post after the national team crashed out of Euro 2016, Spanish sports dailies AS and Marca reported Thursday.
Spain failing to keep standards says Pique
Spain can no longer match the standards that won back-to-back European Championship titles in 2008 and 2012, Gerard Pique admitted after his side crashed out of Euro 2016 to Italy.