GIBRALTAR Spain will seek to jointly govern Gibraltar with Britain following the British vote to leave the European Union, acting foreign minister Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo said on Friday.
LONDON Within hours of Britons voting to leave the European Union, politicians in Scotland, Ireland and Spain raced on Friday to argue that the historic move bolstered claims over long-disputed parts of British territory.
CORDOBA, Spain The parched olive groves and tranquil towns of Spain's southern Cordoba province are an unlikely backdrop for a political upset that could reverberate across Europe.
MADRID Spain's two main left-wing parties could come close to clinching a combined parliamentary majority, several opinion polls showed on Sunday, a week before the country votes in its second election in six months.
MADRID/FRANKFURT Siemens and Spain's Gamesa agreed on Friday to combine assets to create the world's biggest builder of windfarms, with the German company paying 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion) cash to Gamesa's shareholders to take a majority stake.
MADRID Catalonia's secession drive suffered a big blow on Wednesday when one party backing the Spanish region's pro-independence government rejected the annual budget bill, a move that could prompt a confidence vote in September.
MADRID A coalition including Spain's anti-austerity party Podemos will take second place at the June 26 election, overtaking the more established Socialists, though the vote remains too fragmented for any clear government majority, polls showed on Sunday.
BARCELONA Yolanda Yeste lost her flat and two jobs as a hospital security guard during Spain's five-year economic crisis and its aftermath.
DUESSELDORF, Germany German federal police on Monday arrested a 62-year-old Spanish man suspected of entering the security area of Terminal 1 at Cologne-Bonn airport without being checked, a spokeswoman said.
BOGOTA The Colombian Marxist rebel group, the National Liberation Army, has kidnapped three journalists, including one from Spain, who disappeared in recent days near the border with Venezuela, government officials said on Thursday.
LONDON Euro zone governments have eased up on efforts to overhaul their struggling economies because the ECB's ultra-easy monetary policy has pushed their borrowing costs to record lows, ratings agency Standard & Poor's said on Tuesday.