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India

Nathan Allen

Con mascarillas negras y silencio, España llora a los muertos del coronavirus

27 May 2020

MADRID, 27 mayo Muchos españoles se vistieron de negro y guardaron silencio en toda la nación al mediodía del miércoles, al comienzo de 10 días de luto por los más de 27.000 muertos debido al brote de coronavirus en el país.

With black masks and silence, Spain mourns its coronavirus dead

27 May 2020

MADRID Grieving Spaniards wore black and fell silent across the nation at midday on Wednesday at the start of 10 days of mourning for more than 27,000 dead from the coronavirus crisis.

Discontent bubbles in Spain even though coronavirus cases wane

21 May 2020

MADRID Spain's fragile left-wing coalition won backing from political foes to extend a state of emergency on Wednesday as public protests simmered over economic damage and social restrictions during the coronavirus outbreak.

'The work starts now' Antibody study to guide Spain's COVID-19 response

18 May 2020

MADRID A comprehensive study of coronavirus antibodies present in the Spanish population will help the government decide which regions need most assistance, and pave the way for future research, Science Minister Pedro Duque told Reuters in an interview.

Surfing and strolling, Spaniards reclaim the outdoors

03 May 2020

GAVA/MADRID, Spain Spaniards revelled in a second day of freedom on Sunday, heading outside in time-slots for age groups on the first weekend adults were allowed out since one of the world's strictest coronavirus lockdowns was imposed in mid-March.

Millicom backs out of $570 million deal for Telefonica's Costa Rica unit

03 May 2020

MADRID Millicom International Cellular said on Saturday it would back out of a $570 million deal to buy Telefonica's Costa Rican business, creating a headache for the Spanish company as it looks to sharpen its focus on core markets in Europe and Brazil.

Adios, indoor jogging! Spaniards rush outside to exercise after 49 days of lockdown

02 May 2020

MADRID Joggers, cyclists and surfers across Spain hurried out of their homes on Saturday, allowed to exercise outdoors for the first time in seven weeks as the government began easing tough coronavirus restrictions. | Video

Spain to phase out coronavirus lockdown, eyes normality by end-June

29 Apr 2020

MADRID Spain announced a four-phase plan on Tuesday to lift one of the toughest coronavirus lockdowns in Europe and return to normality by the end of June as the daily death toll fell to 301, less than a third of a record high of 950 in early April.

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Five police officers shot, wounded in U.S. protests

At least five U.S. police officers were shot and wounded during violent protests over the death of a black man in police custody, police and media said, hours after President Donald Trump vowed to deploy the military if unrest did not stop.