In some area of Spain the rain has been torrential for more than two days.
Two rescue operations after flooding in Spain showed Spanish authorities pulling people to safety.
Workers battled waist-high floodwaters to get to those who were stranded after two days of torrential rain.
Rescue efforts were underway in the Spanish village of Pilar de la Horadada on Friday (September 13), as a third person died due to the series of floods across the Southern region
Women play a key role in fishing and aquaculture, but often their work remains unrecognised and underpaid
Cultural stereotypes are why many women avoid working on large, commercial fishing vessels
At least six people were killed and more than 3,000 evacuated after two days of severe rain in southeastern Spain.
Spain’s forecaster has issued a red weather alert for the Costa Blanca around Alicante and Valencia after Majorca was hit by severe rain, hail and a tornado.
The 11 September holiday marks the fall of Barcelona in the Spanish War of Succession in 1714 and has become a focus point for the region's secessionist movement.
The recent draft decree in Spain caught the attention of Eurogas. The draft decree proposes to reduce the investment in the gas grid by up to some 50% according to projections from Sedigas as of 2021. This questions the viability of the gas system in Spain in the very near future.
Coalition talks between the far-left Podemos party and Spain’s caretaker socialist government have broken down. Acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has until the 23rd of September to form a majority coalition or face yet another general election.
The German captain of the migrant rescue ship, Sea-Watch 3, which defied an Italian government ban and docked at Lampedusa, has been honoured for her stance by the Catalan Government.
Catalonia celebrates on Wednesday its National Day despite internal divisions between the region's independentist parties.
Blanca Fernandez Ochoa was found dead on a path in the Cercedilla moutain range on Wednesday after going missing for nearly two weeks.
Spain's acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has once again rejected the far-left Unidas Podemos' demand for a formal coalition government.
On Tuesday, Mr Sanchez unveiled a new programme of policies to encourage the far-left party into backing him as Prime Minister.
At this replica of a human colony on the red planet, participants carry out 'spacewalks' and simulate weightlessness. They undergo three days of intensive training, and pay €6,000 each.
A planned five-day strike by Ryanair's Spanish pilots will go ahead this month after mediated talks were unsuccessful, a spokesman for the Spanish pilots union SEPLA said on Tuesday.
Forget rollercoasters, the Spanish Reconquista is the big draw at this theme park
Corsica Linea rescued the migrants off the Balearic Islands and disembarked them in Majorca.
A pharmaceutical distribution company is under investigation due to mislabelling of a product that may have caused excess hair growth in over 20 babies.
TV hit series Chernobyl may have revived interest in the 1986 nuclear disaster, but for one Spanish NGO, it’s never gone away.
Opera stars tell Euronews about their experiences in the industry amid Plácido Domingo sexual harassment claims
A dozen Civil Guard officers were treated after they were mildly injured when knocked by stones and sticks.
An extraordinary drought has rescued from oblivion the Dolmen de Guadalperal — one of the major megalithic monuments of the Iberian Peninsula, which has been submerged in a swamp for nearly six decades.
Organisers of the annual Tomatina festival tossed 145 tonnes of over-ripe tomatoes into the crowd, quickly converting the town into a red sea.
In recent years, as many as 20,000 people have taken part in La Tomatina, most of them tourists.