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Iran’s ‘Tasu’a’ to go on screen in Spain
Iranian documentary, ‘Tasu’a,’ directed by Vahid Haqverdi, will take part at the 15th edition of the International Ethnographic Film Fest Museum of Galician People (MICE) in Spain.
Paleolithic ‘sanctuary’ containing rock art from 15,000 years ago discovered in Spain
Archeologists discovered a treasure trove of fossil rock art that is 15,000 years old in the autonomous region of Catalonia, Spain. In an investigation, the engravings were found on cave walls. The art is believed to prove that the site once was a religious sanctuary or shrine.
UN poverty expert visiting Spain on fact-finding mission
The UN’s extreme poverty expert is embarking on a 12-day visit to Spain to see what the government of Europe’s fifth largest economy is doing to address inequality, unemployment and social exclusion.
Iran among Spain’s Fitur tourism fair participants
Iran is among the exhibitors of the 40th International Tourism Fair of Spain, known as Fitur, in the capital Madrid.
Winter storm lashing Spain causes four deaths, power cuts
A winter storm pummeled much of Spain for a third day Tuesday, leaving 200,000 people without electricity, schools closed and roads blocked by snow as it killed four people.
Spain asks European Parliament to strip separatist leaders of immunity
Spain's Supreme Court has asked the European Parliament to strip Catalan separatist leaders Carles Puigdemont and Toni Comin of their immunity as members of the Spanish parliament.
Argentina, Nadal-led Spain sweep into ATP Cup quarters
World number one Rafael Nadal steered Spain into the ATP Cup quarterfinals Wednesday despite an uncharacteristically error-ridden performance, with Argentina also powering through.
Portugal, Spain slammed by storm Fabien
Emergency services worked to clear damage caused by severe wind and floods in Spain and Portugal on Sunday, December 22, after two powerful storms struck the Iberian peninsula in quick succession over the past four days killing at least eight people and causing widespread damage.
Spain has a $38b property hangover
Spanish bad bank Sareb’s record of selling assets has been far from stellar. To understand why, look no further than this frustrated buyer of a Costa del Sol property.
Spain court says Catalan president unfit to hold public office for 18 months
A court in Spain ruled Thursday that Catalonia's president Quim Torra was unfit to hold public office for 18 months because he failed to remove separatist symbols from public buildings during an election campaign.
Spain ramps up security as Catalan separatists target Clasico
Spain will deploy a large-scale security operation involving 3,000 personnel at the Clasico on Wednesday, when the likes of Lionel Messi and Sergio Ramos look set to share the limelight with Catalan separatist protests.
Four dead, 16 missing after failed Mediterranean rafting
Four refugees have died and up to 16 more are missing after trying to cross into Europe from North Africa on a small raft, Spain's coastguard says.
Catalan separatists block Spain-France highway
Catalan separatists have blocked traffic on a motorway linking Spain and France, in a fresh protest against the sentencing last month of nine of their leaders to lengthy jail terms.
Spain holds election in hope of breaking political stalemate
Spain held its second parliamentary election in just over six months on Sunday, with voters likely to deliver an even more fragmented parliament with no clear winner and a sizeable appearance by the far-right.
Spain reactivates arrest warrants for 3 Catalan separatists
Spain's Supreme Court has reactivated a European arrest warrant for three Catalan leaders who fled Spain after taking part in a failed independence bid in 2017.

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