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Watch: Spain & Netherlands strike surprising alliance on fiscal reform
The two countries want the EU fiscal rules to become more simple, transparent and realistic.
EU leaders rebuff Spain's pleas for reforms to curb electricity prices
The European Council only gave Spain and Portugal permission to introduce a price cap on electricity.
Europe looks for alternate gas solutions but could it be left in cold?
The continent is largely reliant on imports of gas to meet its energy needs.
Do proposed reforms of Spain's controversial 'gag law' go far enough?
The "gag law" has been described as the greatest blow to civil and political liberties since Spain's return to democracy. But do proposed reforms go far enough?
Is Spain's far-right Vox Party about to govern for the first time?
According to recent polls, the party could win ten seats in regional elections next month and get into power by joining a governing coalition.
Spain's Catholic Church refuses investigation into sex abuse claims
“There are only a few cases," said Luis Argüello, spokesman for Spain's Catholic Church.
EU countries dismiss Spain's calls for energy market intervention
Spain has been pushing for a change in the current rules to decouple the prices of electricity and natural gas.
9 EU countries say no to market reform to tackle energy crunch
Led by Germany, the nine countries argue the current energy crisis is temporary and the existing rules are the most competitive and efficient.
The city giving digital currency in exchange for saving energy
In this episode, Smart Regions looks at a transformational European project saving huge amounts of energy. It's led to several buildings in a district of the Catalan city of Viladecans being renovated. Residents play an active role in managing energy. They also have their own digital currency.
Brussels warns Spain over judicial appointments standoff
EU Justice Commissioner Didier Reynders says the current impasse between the Spanish government and opposition over judicial appointments must be resolved soon.
How struggling Spain became one of Europe's vaccination champions
Clue: no carrots (health pass) nor sticks (mandatory vaccination) needed.
Europe's garden is ridden with poverty, plastic and contradiction
Spain's southern region of Andalusia attracts two very different kinds of foreigners: those that flock to its beautiful beaches every year and the growing army of migrants that harvest fruit and vegetables in what has been coined as Europe's back garden.
Spanish woman, 79, arrested for leading drug-trafficking ring
The elderly drug lord was arrested in Portugal on Tuesday over suspicions of smuggling cocaine from Latin America to Europe.
Spanish TikTok influencer sued over unprotected sex claims
Spanish authorities say they have "sued" TikTok influencer Naim Darrechi over claims he deceived women before having unprotected sex.
Curfews return in Spain as infections soar in young people
Catalonia and Valencia are limiting social gatherings to 10 people and restoring late-night restrictions on all activities, while Asturias banned indoor bar and restaurants operations.
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez announces government reshuffle
Pedro Sanchez said the new government's "main objective will be the economic and social recovery of the country."
Europe in grip of first heatwave of season, but what are the records?
According to weather service severe-weather.eu, the current episode of heat across Western Europe should expand east towards central Europe around the middle of the week.
Does greenwashing threaten to derail the EU's climate ambitions?
Greenwashing is the deceptive marketing method that makes people believe the advertised products, services or projects are environmentally friendly, when, in fact, they are not.
Is Morocco using migration as a bargaining chip against the EU?
A heavy influx of 8,000 migrants in Spain last week came following the hospitalisation of Ghali in the country, a move that angered Morocco.
Europe's tourism sector hopeful after bloc opens to non-EU citizens
This week, EU countries decided to let in travellers from outside the bloc, providing they have been vaccinated.
Spain to allow some fans into football games for season finale
Spain will allow spectators back to matches from next weekend under strict conditions.
Taste of freedom as Spaniards celebrate end of state of emergency
While hundreds celebrated with improvised street parties, others feared the national state of emergency would be replaced by a patchwork of conflicting regional approaches.
Are the Canary Islands becoming a migrant limbo?
Ousmane is one of the thousands of migrants stuck in the Canary Islands desperately trying to get to mainland Europe. Many want to leave and many more keep arriving. Local populations are struggling to manage the financial costs creating social tensions in the Spanish archipelago.
Spain expects increase in COVID vaccine shipment
Spain’s health officials say that vaccination efforts are picking up pace after a record week in both the arrival of doses and the number of shots administered.
17 people found dead on migrant boat off Spain's Canary Islands
Spanish rescuers found seventeen people dead and managed to save three on a migrant boat off the island of El Hierro.
Man arrested in Mallorca for allegedly infecting 22 people with COVID
Spanish police said a man in Mallorca went about his "normal life" despite COVID-19 symptoms and a PCR test, eventually infecting 22 people with the virus.