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Catalonia independence: Spain to take control of Catalan institutions

Spain is set to put in place measures to take direct control of Catalonia in response to the region's declaration of independence last week.

30 Oct 2017,

Metro, roads disrupted in Catalonia pro-independence protest

Metro stations were closed in Barcelona, pickets blocked roads and state workers walked out on Tuesday in protests across Catalonia over a Spanish police crackdown on a banned independence referendum.

03 Oct 2017,

Lionel Messi handed 21-month jail term in Spain for tax fraud

Argentina and Barcelona footballer Lionel Messi has been sentenced to 21 months in prison for tax fraud.

06 Jul 2016,

Evelop Airlines : Inauguration De La Liaison Directe Madrid-Maurice

L’ouverture de l’accès aérien continue. Une liaison directe entre l’Espagne et l’île Maurice a été inaugurée mercredi matin 15 juin.

16 Jun 2016,

Spain Coach Crash: Seven Italians Among 13 People Killed

Injured British student describes aftermath of crash as Spanish authorities release nationalities of those killed

21 Mar 2016,

Catalonia Elections Set Separatists on Collision Course

A pro-independence alliance has won a majority of seats in the Spanish region of Catalonia, plunging Spain into a constitutional crisis just two months ahead of national elections.

28 Sep 2015,

World's Greatest Freediver Natalia Molchanova Feared Dead

The world's best freediver is feared dead after going missing during a recreational dive off the coast of Spain.

05 Aug 2015,

Ebola Outbreak: Nurse Infected in Spain

Spanish Health Minister Ana Mato has confirmed that a nurse who treated two victims of Ebola in Madrid has tested positive for the disease.

07 Oct 2014,

Wallet Drop: World's Least Honest Cities

Four continents, 16 cities, 192 "lost" wallets. That's the basic formula for a recent sticky fingers experiment by Reader's Digest.

04 Jul 2014,

Out Of Ideas And In Debt, Spain Sets Sights On Taxing The Sun

It’s always sunny in Spain, right? That might be a bit of an overstatement but the country hasn’t garnered a sunny reputation for nothing: cities like Huelva and Seville boast nearly 3,000 hours of sunshine per year.

01 Sep 2013,

Spanish Train Crash Kills 77, Biggest Toll Since Madrid Bombing

A train derailment near the northwestern Spanish city of Santiago de Compostela killed at least 77 people, the highest death toll in a rail incident since the 2004 Madrid bombing.

25 Jul 2013,

Barcelona's Lionel Messi and Father Accused of €4m Tax Fraud in Spain

Spanish tax authorities accuse Messi of defrauding state. Fraud alleged to have started before Messi came of age

14 Jun 2013,

Mario Balotelli must learn to accept defeat

Italy coach Cesare Prandelli has urged Mario Balotelli to learn from last night’s convincing Euro 2012 final defeat at the hands of Spain. The star striker stormed down the tunnel at the final whistle of his team’s 4-0 defeat, pushing aside an official in the process. Although the Manchester City man reappeared on the pitch [...]The post Mario Balotelli must learn to accept defeat appeared first on Mauritius News Ile Maurice.

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