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The final results show the Socialists taking 120 of the parliament's 350 seats, while Vox secures 52 – more than double its mandates in the outgoing assembly
(UPDATED) Acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez calls the repeat polls after an inconclusive election in April which saw no working majority in parliament
Surveys suggest the ballot will end with a result similar to that seen in April, with Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez's Socialists winning but falling far short of an absolute majority
The center-right Ciudadanos party calls on Spain's Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez to suspend Catalonia's autonomy
(UPDATED) Catalan president Quim Torra says, 'we will not permit incidents like those we are seeing in the streets. This has to stop right now. There is no reason nor justification for burning cars, nor any other vandalism.'
Pedro Sanchez now has another two months to find ways of getting support, either for a minority or coalition government. Without a deal Spain would have to go back to the polls in November.
Pedro Sanchez is currently caretaker premier after coming first in the April general election but without the majority he needed with just 123 seats, forcing him to look for support
While they won a general poll in April, acting prime minister Pedro Sanchez's socialists fail to secure a majority in parliament and need the support of other groupings
The court says in a statement it has decided unanimously to suspend the exhumation to avoid 'harm' that could be caused if it was ultimately found that his remains should not have been moved
The 4 Catalan lawmakers are in custody and on trial over their participation in the failed 2017 separatist bid
Far-right party Vox looks set to make its first-ever entrance into the national parliament
'Between two options – not doing anything and continuing without a budget, or...giving Spaniards their say – I choose the second,' says Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez
Deputy Prime Minister Carmen Calvo says separatist parties are asking the government to agree to holding an independence referendum, something which she says will 'never be acceptable'
(UPDATED) Russia, one of the main allies of Maduro's regime, slams what it dubs European 'interference' in the oil-rich but impoverished Latin American country, saying it is an attempt 'to legitimize usurped power'
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez defends his government's decision to deliver laser-guided bombs to Saudi Arabia, reversing earlier pronouncements of blocking the sale
Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez says it's a similar deal to that which Spain is proposing in the European Union in the face of mass migration from Africa in particular
(UPDATED) Friday's decision is announced by Deputy Prime Minister Carmen Calvo, but the decree will still have to be approved in parliament
(4th UPDATE) World leaders and organizations pay tribute to the former UN Secretary General and Nobel Peace Prize laureate
France and Spain also declare support for the creation of closed reception centers where migrants would be held while their asylum claims are considered.
Moving the prisoners will satisfy demands made by Catalonia's two separatist parties and the Basque Nationalist Party which helped Pedro Sanchez topple his conservative predecessor Mariano Rajoy
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Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez says his executive is 'a reflection of the best in society' – a society he describes as composed of women and men, old and young, rooted in the European Union
'We need to sit down at the same table and negotiate, government to government,' says Catalonia's separatist president Quim Torra
Sanchez replaces Mariano Rajoy, who was ousted in a historic no-confidence vote sparked by fury over corruption woes afflicting his party
Spain s Socialist chief Pedro Sanchez quits after high ranking party members staged a rebellion against him in a move that could pave the way to unblocking the country s political paralysis
Spain has been locked in political paralysis since December s elections put an end to the traditional two party system
Spain s Socialist chief Pedro Sanchez ventures into hostile parliamentary territory to plead with lawmakers to vote him through as prime minister and allow the country to finally get a government
If the Popular Party fails to form a government Pedro Sanchez says the Socialists would explore all options for there to be a government of change
UPDATED In fear National Anti Poverty Commission employees hole up in their office Militants however blame the police for violence