Nearly one week after Spanish police tried to violently shut down Catalonia’s vote to become independent from the country, thousands of people rallied in Madrid and Barcelona on Saturday in a more peaceful show of support and opposition.
By Kamala Kelkar
Catalonia, a region in northeastern Spain, is trying to separate from the country's central government. Here's why.
By Larisa Epatko
With the rush of news about the deadly shooting in Las Vegas, and the continuing recovery efforts in Puerto Rico, these five stories may have slipped under your radar.
By Joshua Barajas, Jennifer Hijazi and Ilayda Kocak
The remarks came at a news conference Tuesday with Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.
By Associated Press
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Monday, Spanish police shot and killed the fugitive suspected of plowing a van through a crowd in Barcelona last week. Also, the American Embassy in Moscow stopped issuing non-immigrant visas for eight days, while three consulates…
By Michael D. Regan
Spanish authorities have expanded their search across international borders in the hunt for a terrorist suspect believed to be the driver in a deadly strike that killed 13 people and injured 120.
By Joshua Barajas and Erica R. Hendry
A van ran into a crowd on La Rambla street in central Barcelona, an area popular with pedestrians, on Thursday that killed 12 and injured at least 100.
By Margaret Warner
As President Trump prepares to fly to Thursday’s NATO summit in Brussels, he and his 27 counterparts should look at a new poll of public attitudes on both sides of the Atlantic about their alliance, and about the threat posed…
By PBS NewsHour
Everywhere you turn in Seville, Spain, there are reminders of a rich religious past, including its cloistered convents, which have been part of the fabric of the community for hundreds of years. Yet few women in Spain heed the call…
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