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US embassy in Madrid becomes sixth site to receive suspicious package
The devices have been sent to Spain's prime minister's office, an arms manufacturer, the defence ministry, an airbase and the embassy of Ukraine.
Flamenco, gender and tradition: The Roma musician breaking stereotypes
Noelia Heredia is a Spanish musician who plays the cajón, a box-shaped percussion instrument traditionally played by men. For her, music is life: "without flamenco, without singing and without music, I think I would die."
Spain PM targeted as letter bomb victims expand beyond Ukraine embassy
Meanwhile, another letter bomb was found on Thursday at a European Union satellite centre at the Torrejón de Ardoz air base outside Madrid.
Europe’s first local energy community is saving residents money
Citizens from the village of El Realengo in the Spanish province of Alicante aren’t afraid to turn on the lights thanks to the local areas energy community. It’s installed solar panels on derelict land, which now satisfies 50% of the village’s energy needs.
An inside look at Valencia's new spectacular CaixaForum art centre
Take a look inside Valencia's recently inaugurated CaixaForum, the latest and most striking addition to the network of cultural centres run by ”la Caixa” Foundation in Spain
No answers on Pegasus hacking scandal as Spanish spy chief stays mute
The head of the National Intelligence Services of Spain, Esperanza Casteleiro, spoke to MEPs on Tuesday from Madrid.
Migrants survive sat on rudder as ship arrives in Canary Islands
Historically, the islands have been a popular gateway for African migrants attempting to reach Europe.
Far-right supporters protest against the government in Madrid
Tens of thousands of supporters of the far-right Vox party demonstrate in Madrid to protest against the left-wing government of Pedro Sánchez.
World Cup: Germany salvage 1-1 draw with Spain to keep hopes alive
The Germans still need to win their last group match against Costa Rica to have a chance of advancing to the knockout stage.
Valencia: Europe's Smart Capital hosts Smart Destinations conference
From Monday to Wednesday, Spain's third largest city organised the conference On Smart Destinations, sharing its strategies on sustainability and accessibility, blended together with the use of modern technology.
Watch: Spanish volunteers start collection drive for food banks
Under the slogan "eating should not be a luxury", volunteers started the annual food donation drive for Spain's network of food banks.
Emperor Charles V's secret code cracked after five centuries
A team of researchers has cracked a five-century-old code which reveals a rumoured French plot to kill Charles V who was both the Holy Roman Emperor and the King of Spain.
'Who knows for how long': Spain prepares for winter water restrictions
As Spain faces its longest-running drought, the regional government in Catalonia has imposed restrictions on water use.
Why Spain’s black truffles are so popular
Spain is rich in black truffles. Most of the production can be found in the northeastern Girona forest and central Teruel. Not only is there an abundance of these aromatic treasures to be found in the country, but Spain is also the world’s biggest producer of black winter truffles.
'It's a bad joke': Energy ministers blast proposed EU gas cap
The European Commission has designed a cap on gas prices with very stringent conditions and safeguards attached.
Silver nomads: These are Europe’s best retirement visas
Many new visas are aimed at younger digital nomads but these options are best for retirees.
Can unpaid traffic fines stop you crossing EU borders?
If you avoid paying a traffic fine, you might struggle to rent a car again when travelling in the EU.
Cuban musician Pablo Milanés dies at the age of 79
One of the founding members of the Nueva Trova genre, Milanés was upheld as a cultural ambassador for Fidel Castro's revolution.
Four EU countries block reform of controversial energy treaty
The European Commission argued member states were better off inside a reformed treaty rather than outside.
Watch: Spanish far-right group hold demonstration in Madrid
More than 500 supporters of Spain's fascist Falangist Movement have marched in Madrid on Saturday night. Every year, they commemorate the death of the founder of their movement, José Antonio Primo de Rivera, who was killed in 1936.
Is Spain's new rape law reducing jail sentences of sex offenders?
A number of sex offenders have seen their jail sentences reduced after a new, stricter rape law came into effect last month.
Spain's agricultural revolution: mouth-watering fruit and vegetables
During our trip, we’ll take you from the Autonomous Community of Valencia to the very south of Spain, in Andalusia, to discover the world's most valuable pomegranates, the superfruit Granada Mollar de Elche. And the perfect subtropical climate to grow mangos and avocados…which taste so good…
You can now travel direct from Ireland to Spain on this cruise-ferry
Travellers will soon be able to travel directly from Ireland to the Spanish city of Bilbao on this twice-weekly ferry.
This Spanish city has been named cheapest European destination
Granada tops the rankings for budget destinations in Europe thanks to free attractions and low-cost public transport.
Spanish olive oil production halved: Is a price hike looming?
This year’s summer drought has put olive farmers' businesses in jeopardy, as Spain represents 75 percent of the world’s olive production.
Spain’s new, stricter rape law to be reviewed after jail sentences cut
Spain is to review a landmark new law on sex offences which was meant to afford victims more protection after a series of court rulings led to prison sentences being reduced for offenders because of a loophole in the legislation.