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Catalan separatists' rebellion trial starts in Madrid
Catalan separatist leaders accused of rebellion for trying to make their region independent from Spain launched their defense on Tuesday at the start of their long-awaited trial.
'The Realm', 'Champions' share top honors in Spain
Political thriller 'The Realm' and local box office comedy hit 'Champions' shared the big prizes at Spain's Goya Awards, held in Sevilla.
Iran to expand cooperation with Spain in tourism
Head of Iran's Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization (CHTO) Ali-Asghar Mounesan and Spanish Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism Reyes Maroto on Wednesday underlined expansion of Tehran-Madrid tourism cooperation.
Iran, Spain can cooperate in paint, resin industries
Spain has offered to cooperate with Iran in the paint, resin, ceramic and stone industries.
Migrants land in Spain on Christmas Eve after boat intercepted
A boat carrying people from North Africa to Europe was intercepted off the coast of Spain by a rescue ship.
Clashes erupt as Spanish cabinet holds meeting in Catalonia
Thousands of pro-independence protesters angry about Spain’s cabinet holding a meeting in Catalonia blocked roads across the region Friday and clashed with anti-riot police in its capital.
Spain: Nine jailed Catalan separatists call for ‘peaceful protest’
Nine Catalan separatists, who have been jailed awaiting trial for rebellion, have called for a “peaceful protest” during an upcoming cabinet meeting.
Spain PM hits out at Catalan independence movement, Brexit for ‘lying’
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has dropped his contradictory tone on Catalonia's separatists, likening the Catalan independence movement to the Brexit campaign, which he said is based on “lies” and “manipulation.”
Two more jailed Catalan separatist leaders join hunger strike
Two more jailed Catalan separatist leaders awaiting trial for their role in the region’s failed bid to secede from Spain joined a hunger strike started two days ago by two of their companions to protest against their treatment by Spanish courts.
Spanish envoy: No obstacles to Madrid-Tehran cooperation
Spanish Ambassador to Iran Eduardo Lopez Busquets on Sunday hailed relations between Madrid and Tehran as “highly positive”, saying the two countries can work together in various sectors.
Jailed Catalan separatist leaders start hunger strike
Two jailed Catalan separatist leaders awaiting trial for their role in the region’s failed bid to secede from Spain said on Saturday they were starting a hunger strike to protest over their treatment by Spanish courts.
Spain forces UK into deal on Gibraltar before Brexit summit
Spain has managed to force Britain into signing an agreement on how the two countries should deal with the British territory of Gibraltar, which lies to the southern coast of Spain, once Britain leaves the European Union in March next year.
Spain warns of no EU summit on Brexit without deal on Gibraltar
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez warned on Friday there would "very probably" be no European Council summit to approve Britain's exit from the EU on Sunday if the issue of Gibraltar is not first resolved.
PM: Spain to vote against Brexit accord if text on Gibraltar not changed
Spain will vote against the European Union’s draft Brexit deal on Sunday unless it is modified to make clear that the future of the disputed British territory of Gibraltar relies on talks between Madrid and London, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said.
Football has been unfair to us, says Spain coach Luis Enrique
Spain coach Luis Enrique said football had been unfair to his side after Thursday’s dramatic 3-2 defeat in Croatia left the Spaniards in danger of failing to reach the UEFA Nations League finals.

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