US working to accept exiled Cuban prisoners
Local election setback for Spain PM
MADRID — Spain’s beleaguered prime minister suffered an embarrassing setback in a local election race Sunday, and a poll showed his party trailing ever further behind the opposition conservatives at the national level.
Summary Box: Workers take to streets in Europe
ETA willing to declare permanent cease-fire
CADIZ - Spain Friday marked the bicentennial of the launch of its Cadiz Constitution, which is seen as having laid the foundations for its modern democracy.
Spanish area OKs flaming bull festivals
MADRID — Lawmakers who banned bullfighting in Spain’s Catalonia region this summer voted Wednesday to endorse other traditions that have been criticized as cruel to bulls, such as attaching burning sticks to their horns as they chase human thrill seekers.
Spanish area expected to OK flaming bull festivals
Spain jails Kurd for shoe toss at Turkish premier
Basque separatists ready for mediation
MADRID — The armed Basque separatist group ETA says it is willing to accept international mediation to help solve its long-running conflict with the Spanish government.
Spanish tennis federation faces Fed Cup walkout
Spain rejects truce by Basque separatist group
Militants kill 8 policeman in northern Afghanistan
Afghan police recruit kills 2 Spanish officers
2 Spanish police killed in Afghanistan
MADRID — Spain’s interior minister says an Afghan policeman taking part in a training course has opened fire on his instructors, killing two Spanish police officers and their interpreter.
Embassy official: 2 Spanish aid workers freed
Bull leaps into bullring stands in Spain, 40 hurt
Morocco border blockade of Spain enclave suspended
Spain debates enshrining bullfighting as culture
Moroccan protesters block Spanish enclave border
Spain says Moroccan demonstators blockade enclave
A farewell to bullfights in northeastern Spain
Spanish region says adios to bullfighting
BARCELONA, Spain — Lawmakers in Catalonia outlawed bullfighting Wednesday, making it Spain’s first major region to ban the deadly, centuries-old ballet between matador and beast after heated debate that pitted animal rights against a pillar of traditional culture.
Spanish region may say adios to bullfighting
Idaho party to celebrate all things Basque
After UN court ruling, fears of global separatism
Raid in North Africa kills 6 alleged al-Qaida
3 new Cuban dissidents arrive in Spain
MADRID — Three more Cuban political prisoners arrived in Spain on Thursday as part of Cuba’s pledge to free 52 dissidents jailed since 2003.
Spain predicts thaw in US-Cuba ties
MADRID — Spain’s foreign minister says the release of political prisoners by Cuba will lead to a thaw in U.S. relations with the Communist-run island, including the lifting of the decades-old embargo.
Cuba dissidents told Spain exile muddles US asylum
Spain parliament rejects banning burqas in public
Spain debates plan to ban burqas in public spaces
Cuban dissidents claim they were misled by Spain
Spain to take 9 more Cuban political prisoners
Cuban prisoners say they shared cells with rats
Cuban dissidents enjoy new-found freedom in Spain
Cuban dissidents face uncertain future in Spain
Cuban dissidents adapt to life in Spain
MADRID — As Spain prepares to receive more political prisoners from Cuba, the seven who have already arrived here with their families are welcoming their newfound freedom but face an uncertain future.
3 injured in Spain’s running of the bulls
PAMPLONA, Spain — A man was gored in an arm and two others were injured in a fast-paced penultimate running of the bulls at Spain’s San Fermin festival Tuesday, officials said.
7 political prisoners from Cuba arrive in Spain
1 person gored Spain’s bull run
PAMPLONA, Spain — A man was gored in the arm in a tense, fast-paced penultimate running of the bulls at Spain’s San Fermin festival, officials said Tuesday.