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A court in Murcia rules the defendants' 3 websites 'did not contain any kind of audiovisual content, but only published the links that led to other servers where the works were put up'
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 Philippine team shifts to another plan after its initial arrangement to play in Russia fell through
The Spanish court clears Shakira and Carlos Vives of plagiarism, filed by Cuban singer Livan Rafael Castellanos
(UPDATED) Jose Antonio Urrutikoetxea Bengoetxea, better known as Josu Ternera, is detained 'in the early hours of the morning,' Spain's interior ministry says
The Spanish goalkeeping great will soon turn 38 and had just extended his contract with Porto to next year with an option of an additional 12 months
Here are some initial reactions from world governments
Together for Catalonia accuses the electoral commission of wanting to 'silence and push aside' Carles Puigdemont 'so that he can't explain what he represents at the heart of European institutions'
Far-right party Vox looks set to make its first-ever entrance into the national parliament
Spanish media reports say 4 Spaniards have videos and personal documents of Julian Assange
(UPDATED) 'It was finally determined that the threat was false. Everything goes back to normal,' the police say after searching the building
Colombian singer Shakira insists that she did not plagiarize a part of her hit song, 'La Bicicleta' from Cuban singer Livam's own song
The move has long been talked about by sympathizers of the left-leaning government but fiercely resisted by Francisco Franco's family and many on the right
The heads of around 100 bishops' conferences from every continent will convene from February 21 to February 24 for the Vatican meeting on the protection of minors
'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
All are on trial over an independence referendum that was held on October 1, 2017 despite a court ban, as well as a short-lived declaration of independence
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'
'For an institution whose decisions have had an impact on the lives of millions of Europeans, there is much about the Eurogroup that is mysterious,' Transparency International says in its report
(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'
Five foreign journalists, including two working for France's "Quotidien" television show and one from Spain's EFE news agency, have been arrested in Venezuela this week. Two more, from Chile, have been deported.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo also denounces Russia and China, which have stood by Maduro. Meanwhile, Russia denounces the United States for interference.
However, countries like Austria, Greece and Portugal are much more reluctant
An autopsy of the boy is being done, and an investigation into the circumstances of his fall will be carried out
Ronaldo will not serve his 23-month jail sentence as Spain does not enforce this for first-time offenders in non-violent crimes
The plan is to dig a sufficiently deep tunnel after which miners will manually carve a passage to the well, where a two-year-old boy fell nearly a week ago in Totalan
The bill proposes to begin the statute of limitations for child abuse when the victim turns 30 years old, instead of 18
What’s the point, after all, of bullying the bully?
According to Greenpeace, the ship is carrying 'dirty palm oil' products, or those linked to mass deforestation
Fifteen young Brazilian transsexuals are rescued from a sex trafficking ring in Murcia, Spain
Leslie was dubbed a 'zombie' hurricane as it first formed on September 23, only to meander through the Atlantic Ocean for weeks
Tens of thousands of Catalans who want their region to remain part of Spain march and wave Spanish and Catalan flags through Barcelona to mark Dia de la Hispanidad
Eduardo Vela, an 85-year-old former gynecologist who used to run a clinic, is the first to stand trial for alleged involvement in the baby trafficking
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
'Five people have died,' a spokesman for the central government's representative office in Asturias added – all of them passengers. Among the 20 injured was the driver, who had to have a limb amputated.
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
This week's selection of photo highlights here and around the world
(UPDATED) Friday's decision is announced by Deputy Prime Minister Carmen Calvo, but the decree will still have to be approved in parliament
In the second assault on the Spanish border in a month, 7 police officers were lightly injured when migrants threw quicklime and battery acid as they tried to scale the fence. Some 115 migrants managed to enter Ceuta.
Spanish media report the attacker's wife said he had told her two months ago that he was homosexual and wanted to commit suicide
Police say the man invoked the name of Allah during the assault
(4th UPDATE) World leaders and organizations pay tribute to the former UN Secretary General and Nobel Peace Prize laureate
Demands are typically for between $400 and $2,900, and the cyber criminals threaten to send supposed personal intimate pictures or videos to the person's 'loved ones' unless they pay up
Parts of the region register temperatures of up to 46 degrees Celsius (115 degrees Fahrenheit) over the weekend
Representatives of both executives meet for almost 4 hours at the headquarters of the regional government in Barcelona as part of a bilateral commission that has not met since 2011
Spain's maritime rescue service saved 211 migrants from 21 different boats in the Strait of Gibraltar
Taxi drivers in Spain demand that the number of ride-hailing vehicles should be limited
The unidentified man is believed to have deliberately started the fire that broke out on August 21 last year in the county of La Cabrera in the northern region of Leon, the Guardia Civil police force says in a statement
2010 champion Spain crashed out in the last 16 of the World Cup on penalties against the 70th-ranked Russia
Spanish football icon Andres Iniesta ends his international career on a bitter note