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COVID-19: Regional elections in Spain go ahead amid increased security
Voters head to polling stations in Spain's Galicia and Basque Country regions in elections postponed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
EU pledges aid to Venezuelan refugees impacted by coronavirus pandemic
As Latin America becomes the new epicenter for the pandemic, the EU and Spain sought to raise awareness and aid to help Venezuelan refugees struggling from the migration and health crisis.
Spaniards can hit the beach and drink on the terrace as lockdown eases
Spain enters phase two of deconfinement as Madrid and Barcelona begin to ease lockdown measures.
Spain reveals four-stage plan to transition out of COVID-19 lockdown
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has laid out the country's plan for transitioning to a new normality after coronavirus.
Facebook investigates fake accounts sharing Spanish government content
The Ministry of Health claims it was a victim of "fraudulent activity" after hundreds of false profiles liked and shared their content.
'Wish you were here': Tourism sector 'hardest hit' by COVID-19
Millions of jobs are at risk as lockdown has all but ground tourism to a halt, says the World Travel & Tourism Council
Hope for Europe as Spain records lower COVID-19 cases for fourth day
Spain and Germany have recorded consecutive days of fewer coronavirus infections, while Italy has seen a fall in deaths, and Austria has announced plans to lift the lockdown.
Coronavirus: Italy and France's daily death tolls increase again
In both Italy and France, death tolls due to coronavirus increased on Monday after showing a decline in the last days.
Coronavirus: Londoners scolded as 'thousands' enjoy sun outdoors
The UK is about to enter its third week of lockdown, while in wider Europe there is hope the results of social distancing are finally showing effect.
Coronavirus latest: 'There will be a lot of death,' Trump says
Italy's number of patients in intensive care dropped, to just under 4,000 people in intensive care in the country, a decrease from the previous day.
COVID-19: EU leaders fail to agree on common financial response
EU leaders kicked the can down the road and demanded the Eurogroup find solutions within the next two weeks.
Coronavirus: Spain's COVID-19 death toll exceeds 1,000
There is also more than a thousand patients fighting the disease in intensive care.
Storm Jorge: Europe braces for heavy rain, floods — and Saharan dust
Authorities in Ireland and the UK have warned that the rain expected this weekend is likely to "worsen the flooding situation" ushered in by storm Dennis.
Storm death toll rises to 13 in Spain as France battens down hatches
At least 13 people have lost their lives in Spain since Sunday as Storm Gloria unleashed strong winds, and heavy snow and rainfalls.
Spain debates bill to scrap forced sterilisation of disabled people
As the Spanish Parliament debates a bill to scrap forced sterilisation of women and girls with disability, Euronews spoke to a survivor.
Degraded land begins to bloom thanks to European composting project
A European project is helping to bring new life to degraded land, working to transform and reinvigorate the soil with organic compost and man-made 'technosols'.
EU parliament launches process to lift Puigdemont's MEP immunity
The decision could take several months.
Catalan MEPs take their seats in Strasbourg
Now fully accredited MEPS, they are here to attend the first plenary of the year. After expressing his joy, Carles Puigdemont told the press the Catalan independence question was a European issue.
What does Spain's new coalition mean for Catalan movements?
What does Spain's election result mean for Catalonia's independence movement?
Spanish parliament debates Sanchez's left-wing coalition plan
Spain's coalition saga continues.
Belgian judge suspends arrest warrant for Catalan leader Puigdemont
A lawyer for the Catalan separatist leader Carles Puigdemont said Belgian judicial authorities have suspended the arrest warrant against him due to his immunity as an MEP.
Survivors remember the Spanish Civil War, 80 years on
The last generation of Spanish Civil War survivors spoke to Euronews about their experiences, 80 years on. "I will never forgive them," said 99-year-old Alejandro del Amo Diaz.
Winners cash in €400,000 in Spain's traditional Christmas lottery
This year, the incredibly popular Spanish lottery, known as El Gordo or "The Fat One", handed out a total of €2.24 billion in prizes.
Junqueras immunity: European Parliament President calls on Spanish authorities to comply ruling
Oriol Junqueras, former Vice President of Catalonia, became a Member of the European Parliament as soon as he was elected – so says the EU's top court in Luxembourg. That means he enjoyed parliamentary immunity from that moment on, even if he was in pre-trial detention.
The Brief: Catalan question and European Parliament immunity
This week could be a crucial one for legal proceedings in the case of jailed and exiled Catalan politicians.
Far right Vox party strikes a chord with disenchanted Spaniards
The city of Parla, south of Madrid, is a traditional left wing stronghold. Vox champions national unity while promising to halt illegal immigration and political corruption. Here that message struck a chord.