Prince of Asturias Awards
Spain’s King Felipe and Queen Letizia presided over a star-studded ceremony in Oviedo for the 2016 Princess of Asturias awards.
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SOS Children’s Villages International, an organisation dedicated to abandoned and orphaned children, has claimed the Princess of Asturias Award for Concord.
The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Paris Agreement have won the International Cooperation division of the 2016 Princess of Asturias Awards.
American writer Richard Ford received the Princess of Asturias Literature award in Oviedo on Wednesday.
Triathlete Francisco Javier Gómez Noya has been awarded the 2016 Princess of Asturias Award for Sports.
America’s Hugh Herr received the Princess of Asturias Technical & Scientific Research award in Oviedo on Wednesday.
Professor Mary Beard received the Princess of Asturias Social Sciences award in Oviedo on Wednesday.
The first of the annual Princess of Asturias Awards has been won by the Spanish actress, theatre director and stage designer Nuria Espert. The
With Francis Ford Coppola talks in Oviedo, Spain, where the now legendary film maker received the Princess of Asturias Arts Award, the
The Spanish-speaking world has celebrated one of its great gala evenings with the 2015 Princess of Asturias prizegiving ceremony in Oviedo, Spain
The 2015 Princess of Asturias Award for Concord has gone to the Catholic religious order the Brothers Hospitallers of St John of God. The
The Princess of Asturias Award for Literature has gone to the Spanish/Cuban novelist and journalist Leonardo Padura. There were 27 nominations from
This year’s Princess of Asturias Sports award has two winners, the Gasol brothers Pau and Marc, who have been bossing the NBA basketball courts for
“A symbol of the peaceful fight against sexual violence, poverty and discrimination,” is how the jury of the Asturias Awards described Caddy Adzuba
Many countries and investors dream of hiring architect of the moment, Frank Gehry. Euronews spoke to the Canadian-American in Oviedo, Spain, where
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia attended the grand presentation ceremony of the Prince of Asturias Awards. He majesty Queen Sofia watched the
Joaquín Salvador Lavado, “Quino” is the first cartoonist to receive a Prince of Asturias Award in the Communications and Humanities category. Quino
Congolese rights campaigner and award-winning journalist Caddy Adzuba has won the Asturias Foundation’s Concorde Prize for 2014. The Asturias are
The Prince of Asturias Award for Sport has been won by the New York Marathon. There were 22 nominations from 13 different countries the penultimate
The Fulbright Programme educational exchange scheme has been announced as the winner of the 2014 Prince of Asturias Award for International
The winner for this year’s Prince of Asturias Award for literature has gone to Irish novelist John Banville. The announcement was made from the
Three of the world’s leading chemists – one Spaniard and two Americans – have won this year’s Prince of Asturias Award for Research. The
The Prince of Asturias Award for Communication and Humanities has been awarded to Joaquin Salvador Lavado, the Argentine cartoonist better known by
The winner of the second of this years Prince of Asturias Awards is the French historian Joseph Perez. He was one of 25 different nominations from 12
The first of the annual Prince of Asturias Awards has been won by the Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry. He topped the 36 nominations from 19
Spain’s prestigious Asturias Awards have been officially presented to this year’s recipients. In a ceremony full of pomp and pageantry in the
Over the last 25 years, Austrian film director Michael Haneke has established himself among the most important creative talents in cinema history
Jose Maria Olazabal is one of Spain’s greatest golfing exports. He has won six PGA tour events and 23 on the European Tour; he is a two-time major
Jury leader Javier Fernandez Fernandez has announced the winner of the Concord Award. The eighth and final prize presented by the Prince of Asturias