May heads to Brussels as Spain threatens Brexit deal
Spain's demand for a veto on the future of Gibraltar loomed on Saturday as the final stumbling block standing in the way of a smooth Brexit deal, as Theresa May headed to Brussels for 11th-hour talks. The British premier plans to meet EU leaders Jean-Claude Juncker and Donald Tusk, even though European diplomats insist the…
Mercedes-Benz begins fourth quarter with new sales record
Mercedes-Benz started the fourth quarter with a new record in unit sales. Worldwide, the brand with the three-pointed star delivered 190,021 vehicles, surpassing the previous best October unit sales from last year by 3.9 per cent. In the first 10 months of the year, deliveries of 1,905,108 units by Mercedes-Benz were slightly above the high…
Spain, Portugal, considering joint 2030 World Cup bid with Morocco
Spain and Portugal are considering a joint intercontinental bid with Morocco to host the 2030 World Cup, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said yesterday. According to Reuters, Sanchez was on a visit to the Moroccan capital of Rabat and met with Prime Minister Saadedin Al Othmani and King Mohamed to discuss the possibility of bidding…
Football has been unfair to us, Spain coach says
Spain coach Luis Enrique says football has been unfair to his side after Thursday’s defeat in Croatia left them in danger of failing to reach the UEFA Nations League finals.
Spain Supreme Court orders trial of former Catalan leaders
Spain's Supreme Court on Thursday ordered 18 former Catalan leaders to stand trial over their role in last year's declaration of independence.
Death toll rises to 13 in Majorca floods
The death toll from flash floods that hit Spain's holiday island of Majorca last week rose to 13 on Wednesday after the body of a missing five-year-old boy was discovered.
England attack bounced back, says Southgate
Gareth Southgate believes England's attack answered their critics on Monday by scoring three goals in a whirlwind first half against Spain.
Five-year-old among three still missing in deadly Majorca floods
Hundreds of rescue workers searched desperately Thursday for a five-year-old boy and two Germans still missing on Spain's holiday island of Majorca after flash floods tore through streets and swept away cars, killing 10 people.
Irregular migrants abandon Libya for Morocco to Spain route
Thousands of irregular migrants from Africa are now considering the Morocco to Spain route in an attempt to reach Europe by land, says the Migrant Project. The anti-irregular migration campaign group, in a press statement, said due to the unrest and clampdown in Libya, many migrants are avoiding the Libyan route which is deemed too…