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Barcelona tackles overtourism with city centre restrictions
Guided tours in Barcelona will have capped numbers and limited routes under new restrictions to combat overtourism.
Thousands protest against NATO ahead of key Madrid summit
Thousands of people gathered in Madrid to protest against NATO just days before the alliance is due to hold a summit in the Spanish capital.
NATO summit to highlight growing influence of Russia, China in Africa
The Kremlin-linked Wagner mercenaries have established a strong presence in conflict-stricken African countries, while China is quietly building its overseas military network, officials believe.
Outcry after over 20 migrants die trying to reach Melilla from Morocco
Spanish and Moroccan human rights groups have called for an inquiry after more than 20 migrants died when around 2,000 people tried to cross the border.
In pictures: Spain celebrates San Juan to welcome the summer
From fire jumping to beach parties, this festival is fun for every Spanish summer reveller.
How Spain should adapt to earlier and more frequent heatwaves
As the country melts in its earliest heatwave in over 40 years, analysts say Spain must adapt to a new reality of earlier heatwaves with longer droughts.
Why Spain's renewable energy boom is so controversial
Protesters have called it the "industrialisation of the countryside".
Spain's Popular Party eyes national vote after Andalusia election win
The Spanish conservative party won an outright victory on Sunday in key regional elections in this southern former Socialist stronghold.
Fires rage through vast woodlands in northern Spain
Around 1,700 people from 13 villages in Spain were forced to evacuate their homes due to wildfires raging across the country, while much of Europe suffered an early heatwave.
Wildfires rage in Catalonia amid soaring heatwave temperatures
Spanish authorities say forest fires have destroyed around 1,100 hectares in the region.
Spanish resort bans football shirts and swimwear - but why?
The summer season has only just started but business owners in Playa de Palma are already fed up with a certain type of tourist.
Peacock interrupts an election campaign rally by surprise
A peacock takes to the stage during a rally of the left-wing coalition "Por Andalucía" held in the city of Dos Hermanas, Seville province, in the run-up to the Andalusian regional elections on Sunday 19 June.
Spain to give equal pay to male and female national team footballers
England, Ireland, Norway, and the United States have already reached similar agreements.
Locals melt as Spain hit with hottest pre-summer heatwave for 20 years
Temperatures could rise to 42 C (108 Fahrenheit) degrees in the Guadiana valley in Extremadura and other parts of southern Spain.
Spain sweltering amid hottest pre-summer heatwave in at least 20 years
Spain's meteorological office says heatwaves are becoming more frequent.
Several injured after engine collides with passenger train in Spain
The incident comes just one month after another train collision in the same region of Catalonia.
Spain evacuates 2,000 people in Andalucia as crews tackle wildfire
The blaze injured three firefighters after it broke out Wednesday amid gusting winds.
Algeria suspends friendship treaty with Spain over Western Sahara
It is the latest blow to increasingly wobbly relations between Algiers and Madrid
Spain first as court grants nationality to child born during migration
Leaving the girl stateless would have placed her "in a situation of inequality", the court said.
Algeria suspends friendly treaty with Spain over Western Sahara stance
Tensions between Algiers and Madrid soared in March when Spain aligned with Morocco over the disputed North African territory.
Spain has a huge market for prostitution. But for how much longer?
Medicos del Mundo estimates there are some 350,000 women in prostitution in Spain and 80% per cent of them are foreigners without legal papers.
Spain cracks down on food waste with fines of up to €60,000
The ambitious draft bill aims to reduce the 1,300 tonnes of food wasted every year in Spain.
Fines and free 'doggy bags': Spain steps up fight against food waste
Spain wastes 1.36 million tonnes of food and drink each year, its government says.
A joyful Spanish pilgrimage is back on the road
Romería del Rocío is an important religious pilgrimage that has taken place for centuries in the southern Spanish region of Andalusia
Iberian Peninsula seeks to become renewables supplier
For Spain and Portugal, the EU plan to reduce its dependency on Russian fossil fuels may be a historical opportunity.
'Pollution tax' hits tourists travelling to Barcelona on cruise ships
Planning a cruise to Barcelona? You will soon have to pay a brand new ‘pollution tax.’