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Tracking water thieves in southern Spain
This episode of Euronews Witness brings you to Andalusia in southern Spain, where our reporter Hans von der Brelie is searching – and finding - illegal water wells.
Racism against footballer Vinícius sparks anti-racism law in Spain
"Spain is known as a country of racists", said the Brazilian football player.
A look at Spain's Foodscapes exhibition at the Venice Biennale
Food is an essential ingredient of Spanish life but how it arrives at people's table is the central theme of the country’s Pavilion at this year's Venice Architecture Biennale.
Madrid police arrest four over Vinícius bridge 'hanging' incident
Police say the four people in custody are "ultra" fans, associated with another Madrid football club.
Real Madrid files complaint with prosecutor over Vinícius 'hate crime'
Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti said the game should have been stopped, while Brazil's President Lula said action must be taken against racism and fascism in football stadiums.
Here’s why Europe is watching Spain’s regional elections
This month's regional election in Spain sets the stage for the general election held six months later.
‘Silent killer’: How can we protect outdoor workers from deadly heat?
An expert explains what just 1℃ of warming could mean for people who work outdoors around the world.
May and June strikes: Here's the expected disruption around Europe
Workers across Europe are walking out to protest low pay and poor working conditions.
Spain elections re-open deep wounds, as ETA terrorists run for office
EH Bildu, a pro-independence party, has 44 candidates who have been found guilty of terror-related crimes on its electoral lists for upcoming regional elections in Spain. Seven of them were convicted of murder.
Watch Spanish firefighters try to minimise summer wildfires
We followed the firefighters as they tried to prevent catastrophic blazes.
Are men doing enough chores? In Spain, there's an app for that
A recent report by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, says women in Spain spend more than twice as many hours as men doing household chores.
Do tourists have to follow water rules during a drought?
Photos of dried-up lakes and scorched earth might have you reconsidering whether travelling to one of Europe’s drought hotspots is a good idea.
Publicly-owned supermarkets? Left-wing party sparks debate in Spain
Food prices in Spain will remain very high throughout the remainder of the year, experts have warned, as Podemos launches an initiative to open publicly-owned grocery stores.
Spanish PM wants to give €2 cinema tickets to the over 65s
The scheme is part of Pedro Sanchez's plan to 'convert culture into a state policy' and combat a rise in sedentary lifestyles, in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Solving Europe's water crisis requires dealing with it locally
In some European countries, we will need to stop thinking that we have an automatic right to cheap, plentiful water which we can use to clean our streets, wash our cars, or fill our swimming pools whenever we wish, Mark Smith writes.
Lava tubes and tiny churches: Seven of Europe’s best extinct volcanoes
Did you know one of Scotland's most popular tourist attractions is a former volcano?
Spanish government will spend €2 billion fighting drought
Reservoirs are running worryingly low in the "vegetable garden of Europe".
Spain's dwarf bullfighters see red over their right to work
Spain’s parliament has banned bullfighting performances featuring dwarves dressed as firefighters or clowns, but the 'bombero toreros' are fighting back.
Europol sting leads to recovery of over 11,000 stolen artefacts
An art trafficking sting has led to 60 arrests and over 11,000 art objects recovered in a massive victory for European authorities cracking down on art theft.
Spanish worshippers prayed for rain on May Day
The "El Abuelo" religious procession in the southern Spanish city of Jaen on May 1st, saw worshippers pray for rain. Spain has had its hottest April on record and there are fears it could face a drought this year.