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Rescue ships dock in Spain as migrant debate roils Europe
Ships in the Aquarius aid convoy docked Sunday at the Spanish port of Valencia, ending a weeklong ordeal for hundreds of people who were rescued from the perilous Mediterranean only to become the latest pawn in Europe's battle over immigration.
Spain rescues over 900 boat migrants, finds four bodies
Spain’s coast guard rescued 933 migrants and found four dead bodies in the Mediterranean on Friday and Saturday, as the country prepared for the arrival of a charity rescue ship that was denied a port by Italy and Malta.
Spain sacks Lopetegui, appoints Hierro on eve of World Cup
Spain dramatically sacked coach Julen Lopetegui on Wednesday and appointed federation sporting director Fernando Hierro – just two days before the team's opening game at the World Cup.
Spain offers to take in drifting migrant ship
Spain offered on Monday to take in a rescue ship that is drifting in the Mediterranean sea with 629 migrants stranded on board after Italy and Malta refused to let it dock.
Spain’s Repsol braves US ire with first Pars oil cargo
Iran’s oil exports hit a new record in May which also saw the country sell its first cargo from West Karoun to Spain’s Repsol, the Ministry of Petroleum’s Shana news outlet reported.
Sworn in as Spain’s leader, Sanchez faces Catalan conundrum
New Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez had been barely sworn in Saturday before one of the country’s most critical issues facing his fragile government was pressed upon him: ending the Catalan secession crisis.
Pedro Sanchez sworn in as Spain's new prime minister
Socialist party leader Pedro Sanchez has been sworn in as Spain's new prime minister a day after a vote of no-confidence booted his conservative People's Party (PP) rival Mariano Rajoy from power.
Spanish Socialist Sanchez succeeds Rajoy as PM
Socialist Pedro Sanchez took over as Spain’s prime minister on Friday, after outgoing leader Mariano Rajoy lost a parliamentary confidence vote triggered by a long-running corruption trial involving members of his center-right party.
Spain’s Rajoy admits defeat ahead of no-confidence vote
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy admitted defeat ahead of a no-confidence vote Friday saying it had been "an honor" to serve the country.
Spain PM Rajoy urges Catalonia to form 'viable' government
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has again urged leaders of Catalonia to form a new administration that could function and be viable, hinting that his government in Madrid may reject a future regional cabinet that includes jailed leaders of an outlawed independence movement.
El Pais: Spain to maintain control of Catalonia
Spain’s Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy plans to maintain central government control over Catalonia after the regional leader nominated imprisoned and exiled politicians to join his cabinet, El Pais said on Sunday.
Remains of Spain’s civil war victims handed to families
The remains of 22 people killed in the months following Spain's 1936-39 civil war were handed over to relatives in a ceremony in Guadalajara on Saturday after investigations into a suspected mass grave unearthed the victims.
Hardline separatist appointed leader of Catalonia
Quim Torra, a newcomer to politics who has long fiercely campaigned for independence in Catalonia, was appointed regional president Monday, vowing to keep fighting for a break from Spain in a move that could deepen the conflict with Madrid.
3 killed in light aircraft crash in Spain
Three people were killed on Saturday when a light aircraft crashed in Spain, authorities said.
Controversy grows as Spain house votes for euthanasia
Spain's lower house voted Thursday in favor of examining a bill on legalizing euthanasia, a first in the country even if there will likely be major opposition as it weaves its way through parliament.

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