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Spanish students returning home from northern Italy say they were not checked for coronavirus.
Plenty of companies are still doing deals in Barcelona despite MWC2020 being cancelled because of COVID-19 coronavirus.
Luzón, who suffers from ALS, thinks about death every day - but only for five minutes.
Harriet spoke to us from a Tenerife hotel on lockdown after a guest tested positive for COVID-19 coronavirus
New telescopic windturbines have been designed by Spanish engineers to be built in a quicker and more cost-efficient way, in the hope of contributing to greener energy.
Two people who attended the carnival in medical suits and masks said: 'We've got to laugh'.
All airports on the Canary Islands were shut on Sunday after a vast sandstorm blew in from the Sahara Desert, shrouding the islands in dust
It's thought to be the first of its kind in the European Union
As Spain debates euthanasia, the sick ask to be heard: "If I'm making my family suffer because I have no strength left in my body, I want to die. I want to have that right"
Spain’s female footballers have reached a historic first collective agreement over pay and conditions, after a long battle for rights which included an unprecedented strike last year
It's worth €500 million to Barcelona every year. So how are businesses managing without it?
Trade unions demand political action to guarantee retail prices for fruit and vegetables that are liveable for farmers.
They claim they're getting the same price for their products as they were 20 years ago.
Hundreds of tractors brought the coastal city of Valencia to a halt, with tractors also blocking many roads in the southern Andalusia region
The European Court of Human Rights has backed Spain’s immediate deportation of two African migrants who tried to enter one of its African enclaves.
The world's biggest mobile technology fair has been cancelled over worries about the coronavirus epidemic.
Spain's High Court has ruled in favour of a company that began deducting time for employees who took breaks for coffee and cigarettes.
Some 7,000 women joined together on Saturday in a 7-kilometre feminist chain in Madrid to denounce discrimination and violence against women
A conversation with Pedro Morilla and Oliver Cuadrado, two Spanish evacuees from Wuhan, China, gives a picture of life in quarantine.
Coal-fired power plants are being phased out across Spain. The government's plan is for all high polluting power stations to be replaced by greener alternatives by the year 2030, but not everyone is happy about that.
Dozens of passengers on an Air Canada flight from Madrid to Toronto had a safe landing after their aircraft was damaged during takeoff.
Spain's two parliamentary Houses met together for the formal state opening by King Felipe VI.
The storm, which has wrought havoc on huge swathes of Spain's eastern and southern coastline, has killed at least 13 people.
With Unidas Podemos in the ruling coalition, Spain's position towards Venezuela has become slightly less clear-cut.
At least 13 people have lost their lives in Spain since Sunday as Storm Gloria unleashed strong winds, and heavy snow and rainfalls.
You've never heard of him but Tomas Guitarte had the power to make or break the Spanish ruling coalition.