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Just days after Spain banned a referendum on the future of the Basque Country, the terrorist group ETA is being blamed for two overnight
Devota and Lomba opened this year’s Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week, where 52 designers are showing their spring/summer 2009 collections.
This year’s Asturias Concord prize, awarded to an individual or body that has made a significant contribution to peace, understanding, or knowledge
Spain is planning to stop issuing visas to unskilled migrant workers. Posposals aimed at stemming a tide of immigration could force employers to
Spain has taken a first step towards relaxing its stringent laws on abortion, but the Socialist government, which promised terminations on demand, is
The Spanish government has rejected a call by one of ETA’s top political supporters just released from prison for renewed dialogue. Arnaldo Otegi
A religious service will be held on September 1 in the Spanish capital for the 153 people killed in the Madrid plane crash.
Attempts to identify
The grief of victims’ relatives has been heightened by the difficulty of identifying the bodies of many of those died.
Families arriving in Madrid
As investigators gather clues as to what caused Wednesday’s plane crash in Madrid, authorities are still trying to identify those killed.
Out-of-town relatives of Madrid plane crash victims spent the night at a hotel in the city, after trying to identify the bodies of their loved ones
The Spanish authorities have begun an inquiry into the country’s worst plane crash in more than a decade.
Investigators have begun scouring the
At the airport, distraught relatives desperately tried to get news about their loved-ones.
There was also anger against the airline.
A total of 153 people are now known to have died in the plane crash at Madrid’s Barajas airport.
Spanair flight 5022, an MD-82 jet bound for Las
Spanair is 100 percent owned by the Scandinavian company SAS, and is Spain’s second major airline behind Iberia.
The company was founded in 1986
The Spanish Prime Minister broke off his holiday in the south of the country on hearing of the disaster.
Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero went to the
Spain’s high court has launched an investigation into one of ETA’s most notorious members.
Inaki De Juana Chaos is suspected of breaking strict
Almost unbelievably, a 6,000-seater Roman theatre lay hidden for centuries in the Spanish town of Cartagena, built over and disguised by the passage
Spanish police are said to have struck a heavy blow against ETA with the arrest of one of the armed Basque separatist group’s alleged leaders and