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11:57

National

Campout in central Madrid against climate change lasts four days

SUR

Several dozen environmental protesters set up tents by the main Paseo de la Castellana avenue through Madrid on Monday, opposite the Ministry for Ecological Transition. They said they planned to stay there until the national government declares a

14:34

National

Jailed former royal gets partial release

SUR.

A judge has decided that Iñaki Urdangarin, husband of Infanta Cristina who is sister of the current king, can leave prison twice a week to do voluntary work. The former Duke of Palma was sentenced to five years and 10 months in 2018 for his part i

17:00

Sport

An experiment doomed to fail?

Rob Palmer

Spain have made it to the Euro 2020 finals but it's not the national team we know or anyone recognises anymore. When they scraped the equalising goal to clinch qualification, not one player from the big three clubs, Barcelona, Real Madrid or ... an incredible sign of the times. The national team has always been dominated by players from the Spanish giants. When they won the World Cup in 2010 the only player who would never play for Real Madrid or Barcelona was Joan Capdevila. Two years ... to a halt until the emergence of Ansu Fati and Real Madrid's Spanish stars are not automatic picks. Moreno is certainly willing to give anyone a chance and in doing so I think he's muddied the waters. Not so long ago you could name nine of the Spain

14:37

National

Spain edges closer to a general election

SUR

Spain is edging closer to a repeat general election in November. Time is running out before 23 September for the main party, the Socialist PSOE, to do a deal with left-wing Unidas Podemos (UP) on government to help Pedro Sánchez be sworn in as new

15:16

LifeStyle

18 October 1997: Guggeinheim Museum Bilbao opens

Jennie Rhodes

...the same name during Spain's bloody Civil War. However, Madrid's Centro de Arte Reina Sofía said that the painting was in too bad a condition to be moved. The Bilbao building has been hailed as "the greatest building of our time," by architect Philip

10:56

National

National political leaders meet to discuss response

SUR

The acting prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, held a meeting with leaders of rival political parties at his La Moncloa residence on Wednesday night to discuss the Catalan violence and find consensus on a common response from Madrid. With an eye on

16:52

National

Government closes Valle de los Caídos ahead of Franco's exhumation

MATEO BALÍN

Francisco Franco will be exhumed from his resting place in the Valle de los Caídos before 25 October and his remains later transferred to the Mingorrubio cemetery in El Pardo (Madrid), it has been announced. The operation is expected to take place

15:28

Opinion

Reality bites

Mark Nayler

...usher in a new phase of peaceful negotiation between Barcelona and Madrid, based on respect for the "rule of law". Yet it's precisely because the law is perceived to have been applied egregiously here that there is so much anger at the sentences.

15:21

LifeStyle

"Madrid is the most vibrant city I've lived in"

Ash Bolton

...have a jolly good time in Marbella, I don't go to Spain for beach holidays, I go there to get up in the mountains, get out in the country or visit historic places of interest. "Madrid is my favourite place. I was there for several months and it's the ... most vibrant city I've lived in. And that was back in my thirties when I had the stamina to live the way they did. As the saying went: 'Madrid me mata', (Madrid kills me) - it's the heart of Spain." Lamb added that he also spent time in Andalucía,

15:37

National

Migrant rescue ship told it can't come to Spain

SUR.

The acting government has said that it doesn't want migrant rescue ship, Open Arms, to come to Spain. The Mayor of Valencia had offered the city as a place of refuge for the vessel which is carrying 121 migrants found off the coast of Libya but wi