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This year, Spain's biggest military celebration is back in its biggest version with a parade presided over by King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia.
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UNESCO Heritage Site, Doñana National Park is drying out as rising temperatures, reduced rainfall and the pumping of groundwater for intensive agricultural purposes shrink the region’s aquifer. The wetlands are home to a variety of flora and fauna and also support many endangered migratory birds.
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Spain vows legal reforms in wake of spying allegations
The country’s National Intelligence Center, or CNI, has been under fire since April after digital rights group Citizen Lab alleged that the phones of more than 60 Catalan politicians, lawyers and activists had been hacked with controversial spyware.
Ukrainian refugees bring new life to Spain's rural villages
Small abandoned villages in Spain’s depopulated regions have become home to mothers and children fleeing the war in Ukraine.
EU court reinstates MEP immunity of Catalonia's Carles Puigdemont
Puigdemont and two other former ministers are still wanted in Spain for their role in the 2017 independence referendum.
Former king Juan Carlos meets Felipe VI to conclude return to Spain
It is the first time Juan Carlos met his son since he went into exile in the United Arab Emirates in 2020.
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Passengers at Mallorca’s Palma airport have suffered horror delays this month - but with recruitment stalling, things may still get worse.
Spain-Morocco land borders reopen for the first time in two years
The European Union's only land border with Africa had been closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and a diplomatic crisis between Madrid and Rabat.
Driver killed after cargo and passenger trains collide near Barcelona
Dozens of others were injured in the incident, which occurred during rush hour on Monday evening.
Belgian court rules out extradition for Spanish rapper Valtònyc
The musician has been living in exile since 2018 and faces more than three years in prison in Spain.
Hope for fish as hundreds of European dams demolished
Environmentalists are celebrating after a record 200 dams were removed from Europe’s rivers in 2021 - but there’s still a lot of work to do.
Ibiza shuns beach club parties in favour of green tourism
Ibiza could be set to ditch its nightlife image, as new sustainability legislation provides a pathway for a greener future in the Balearics.
Spain's intelligence chief dismissed over Pegasus spyware scandal
The agency has been under fire for spying on Catalan separatists and also failing to discover that Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez had been hacked.
Spain: Unmissable local festivals back for 2022
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Barcelona: Mapping Show on the facade of Gaudi's Casa Batlló
The famous modernist building Casa Batlló in Barcelona - a masterpiece of Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi - illuminated its unique façade with a video mapping projection on Saturday night May 7th, which attracted more than 47,000 people.
TUI tells passengers there'll be no food or drink available on flights
Passengers prepare for uncomfortable flights as TUI warns that a shortage of catering is affecting food and drink supplies on its planes.
Explosion at Madrid building leaves two workers dead, 18 injured
At least 18 others were injured in the blast, including one person in a serious condition.
Dancers flee war in Ukraine and join Spain's National Dance Company
Several Ukrainian ballet professionals are now part of Spain's National Dance Company after leaving Ukraine because of the Russian invasion.
Three German fugitives arrested in Spain over money laundering scheme
The suspects had been on the run from German authorities since 2021, Europol said.
Traditional Wine Horses race of Calatrava comes back as UNESCO heritage
More than two years after the last edition due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, and after having achieved the declaration as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO, Los Caballos del Vino (the Wine Horses) have returned every May 2 to the streets of Caravaca de la Cruz.
Brits banned from driving in Spain under post-Brexit law
British expats have been banned from driving in Spain, after post- Brexit talks on license rules broke down.
Spanish PM and defence minister's phones hit by Pegasus spyware attack
Pegasus software used to spy on activists, politicians and heads of state was behind the theft of over 11 gigabytes of data, the Spanish government said on Monday.
Police in Spain arrest 8 over 'cult-like' crypto trading academy scam
The organisation’s leaders have been accused of fraud, misleading advertising and running a pyramid scheme targeting young people.