Spain’s prime minister said “more than 500 people died” during a 10-day heatwave as Europe counts the cost of a record period of extreme temperatures.
Spanish customs agents seized a Picasso sketch worth over 450,000 euros from a passenger who arrived at Ibiza airport without declaring the artwork, Spain’s customs office said Monday.
Spain’s former king Juan Carlos I on Monday won permission to appeal against a London court ruling that allowed his former lover to bring a harassment case against him.
Most of Spain was put on high alert Wednesday as temperatures rose above 45 degrees Celsius with swathes of western Europe hit by a second heatwave in a matter of weeks.
The Spanish government said Tuesday it will slap temporary taxes on banks and energy firms to cover the cost of state measures put in place to help Spaniards grapple with soaring inflation.
An American and two Spaniards were gored on Monday during a danger-filled fifth bull run of Spain’s famed running of the bulls through the cobblestoned streets of Pamplona.
Spain and Portugal were sweltering in their second heatwave in a month on Monday, with scorching temperatures also expected in France and Britain in the coming days.
A red-and-white sea of revellers erupted in celebration Wednesday, dousing each other with wine in a packed Pamplona square as Spain’s most famous bull-running festival returned after a two-year absence due to the pandemic.
Spain said Wednesday it was hoping to reach its record visitor numbers of 2019 after two years of pandemic restrictions, although soaring inflation figures suggest tough times will return after the season ends.
The body of software entrepreneur John McAfee remained at a morgue in Spain Thursday a year after his death as a legal case filed by his family, who do not believe he committed suicide, is yet to be resolved. The 75-year-old founder of the anti-virus McAfee software was found dead in his cell at a […]