Russia, Saudi Arabia to play opening match of tournament
629 migrants, who were rescued in the Mediterranean, will make journey from Italy to Spain
The swearing-in will automatically bring an end to Madrid's direct rule over the wealthy, northeastern region imposed in October after a failed bid to break from Spain.
Grand Mosque of Granada hosting iftar meals for Muslim community
Rescue boats intercepted 239 migrants travelling in eight small boats off Spain's southern coast on Sunday, a day after 293 migrants were pulled from nine vessels.
Politicians and business people sentenced to 351 years in prison, ruling party fined for involvement
Rajoy was speaking as Torra was visiting former Catalan ministers at the Estremera jail near Madrid, including Jordi Turull and Josep Rull who he had put on his team.
Binali Yildirim to attend 6th Turkey-Spain Intergovernmental Summit
Motion defeated 17-9, with 9 abstentions, with 14 'no' votes cast by ruling People’s Party
Carles Puigdemont says independence is their proposal, but not only solution
Puigdemont walks out of jail, but he has to stay in Germany while court continues to examine Spain’s extradition request
Judge Carmen Lamela of the National Court, which deals with high-profile political and financial cases, said in her ruling there was evidence that former Mossos d'Esquadra chief Josep Lluis Trapero was part of a "criminal organisation" that sought to break Catalonia away from Spain.
The request comes after protests by independence supporters at the weekend in Berlin and Catalonia calling for Puigdemont's immediate release.
The rating agency expects Spain's economic growth to surpass eurozone average in 2019-2021
In a statement, it said this reduction in the tax burden would however lead to a slower drop in the public deficit this year, which it predicts will reach 2.5 percent of GDP -- still below the 3.0 percent limit set by the European Union.
Report by Citizens' Platform Against Islamophobia says 51 percent of incidents recorded in Catalonia
Judge Pablo Llarena placed Rovira under judicial control, but stopped short of putting her behind bars for the duration of an ongoing probe into charges of rebellion, sedition and misuse of public funds.
Following unilateral independence vote last October, Carles Puigdemont fled Spain to Belgium
Luis de Guindos said slowdown in growth in Catalonia, which accounts to around a fifth of Spanish GDP, was hampering the eurozone's fourth largest economy as a whole.
The Spanish government has provided a total of €94.4 million to the agency since 2007, according to UNRWA
Mariano Rajoy says next stage of negotiations should begin quickly