surinenglish

HEMEROTECA

Búsqueda por término:

* Contenidos disponibles desde enero de 2006

Búsqueda por día:

2020
Febrero
L
M
M
J
V
S
D
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

Filtrar resultados

  • Sección

  • Autor

  • Desde

  • Hasta

Filtros aplicados:

1289 resultados para 'madrid'

NOTICIAS 1289 noticias encontradas

« volver
01:28

Sport

Heartbreak as Unicaja fall at the final hurdle

Daryl Finch / Juan Calderón

The dream is over. Unicaja's unexpected run in the Copa del Rey ended with runners-up medals as they were soundly beaten in Sunday's final by Real Madrid (95-68). Unicaja had already majorly upset the odds by reaching the showpiece event in the ... fun with fan parks set up in several points across Malaga, including in Plaza de la Constitución and in front of the Roman theatre. However, three games in the space of three days ultimately trumped the euphoria and Real Madrid dealt a dose of ... reality at a packed-out Martín Carpena arena. 68 Unicaja 95 Real Madrid Unicaja showed maximum concentration at the start of the game and although Madrid led, the hosts stayed in the game without being caused too many problems. However,

16:35

National

US unhappy over treatment of victims of sexual attacks in Spain

SUR

There was upset this week after the US issued a warning to Americans that it is increasingly risky for single women to travel alone in Spain. It says that its embassy in Madrid has received a surge in cases of sexual assaults on its citizens. A

15:34

LifeStyle

The tales of two Madrid correspondents

Mark Nayler

The 2008-2013 global economic crisis is the focal point of After The Fall, a gripping book released last year by Tobias Buck, the Financial Times' (FT) Madrid correspondent from 2012 to 2017. In elegant, compelling prose, Buck documents the ... life. Podemos was conceived in the left-leaning Faculty of Political and Social Sciences in Madrid's Complutense University, where "the atmosphere is cheerfully anarchic: students light up cigarettes despite a university-wide smoking ban. Amidst the ... thick tobacco smoke, the pungent scent of marijuana is unmistakable." After studying and working as a professor in this rebellious environment, Iglesias formed Podemos in 2014, on the back of the "indignados" anti-austerity movements in Madrid. Now,

13:48

National

Farmers protest in Madrid over low prices affecting their livelihoods

LUCÍA PALACIOS

Several hundred farmers and growers staged a noisy but peaceful protest outside the Agriculture ministry in Madrid on Wednesday. For a time the traffic was halted. The protesters were complaining about what they say are prices for their produce ... 1.25 euros. The demonstration in Madrid was a part of a series of protests across Spain this month as the EU debates likely cuts to the Common Agricultural Policy subsidies now the UK has left the EU.

14:08

National

PSOE still negotiating power as holidays near

SUR.

The negotiations between the PSOE party, winners of last month's general election, and ERC, separatist Catalan republicans, continued this week. It is hoped ERC will abstain in an investiture vote in parliament to allow PSOE leader, Pedro Sánchez, to

18:27

Sport

Academy product Hugo joins Real Madrid as Malaga exodus continues

BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

The exodus continues at Malaga. Academy star Hugo Vallejo has left for Real Madrid, who have immediately loaned him out to Segunda rivals Deportivo La Coruña. The 19-year-old forward was soon followed out the door by Lorenzo González, who only

15:43

Sport

"I hope with his signing we can fill the stadium every fortnight"

JULIO RODRÍGUEZ

The signing of Esteban Granero last week sent shockwaves across the footballing world. The former Real Madrid midfielder left Espanyol to drop two divisions to join Marbella. "This is unheard of in Segunda B," said the club's director general,

20:35

National

Fifty-eight migrants drown on way to Canaries

SUR.

Fifty-eight migrants were known to have drowned, and 40 more were missing on Thursday, after the boat they were in overturned on a reef off Mauritania. The vessel was en route to the Canaries. 83 were rescued, with only those who knew how to swim

20:29

National

2019 to round off the hottest decade in history

ÁLVARO SOTO.

2019 will be the second or third hottest year since records began, capping off the hottest decade on record, according to the World Meteorological Organisation. Petteri Taalas, the organisation's general secretary, explained that "Heatwaves and flo

20:28

National

Spain at growing risk of extreme weather

ÁLVARO SOTO.

Spain is now the 38th most vulnerable country to climate change, according NGO Germanwatch. Speaking at the COP25 on Wednesday, Germanwatch researcher Laura Schafer said "Extreme heatwaves are between 10 and 100 times more likely in Europe than a cen

20:25

National

Greta Thunberg en route to Madrid summit

IKER CORTÉS.

Greta Thunberg, the young Swedish climate activist, reached Lisbon on Tuesday on her way to the Madrid COP25 Climate Conference. She arrived after a 21-day catamaran journey across the Atlantic. Thunberg was scheduled to attend a climate march ... in Madrid on Friday 6 December at 6pm held by the Cumbre Social del Clima, the self-styled grassroots alternative to the COP25.

20:19

National

Strike action forces Renfe to cancel trains

SUR.

National rail operator, Renfe, had to cancel 155 trains on its long and medium distance network on Thursday in a partial stoppage called for by trade unions. The government stipulated minimum service levels. The disruption came at the start of the

11:34

National

PM Sánchez meets Catalan leader Torra and both agree to start joint dialogue this month

P. DE LAS HERAS / C. REINO

Madrid's parliament earlier this month to allow Sánchez back into power nationally. For the first, opening session of the meetings at least, due to be in February, both Sánchez and Torra will be in the chair. After their one-to-one meeting in ... discussions for now, he lamented that he still didn't know Madrid's real position on the Catalan independence issue. "We're only asking to get to the root, which is sovereignty," he said. " How much democracy is the Spanish state ready to take on board?"

15:19

National

Telefónica restructure is welcomed by market

E. MARTÍNEZ

Telefónica shares surged on Thursday after it announced it was reorganising its business to stem off a decline in its value. Directors of the Spanish telco and communications giant said that in the future it would concentrate on its businesses in

13:00

LifeStyle

Chefs break with tradition at Madrid Fusión

GUILLERMO ELEJABEITIA

When the Reale Seguros Madrid Fusión opened for the first time in 2003, cooking was undergoing a revolution - technical, ideological and cultural - and it changed forever the way that we view chefs. It was the time of spherification, the air, the

12:19

Local

Man held over threat to British embassy

A.F. / J.C.

A Lebanese man has been held in Benalmádena after threatening to attack the British Embassy in Madrid. The alarm was raised earlier this month after diplomatic staff received a series of phone calls in which the caller said that an attack was

19:26

National

Air Canada flight makes successful emergency landing at Barajas airport

Melchor Sáiz-Pardo

A Boeing 747 with 130 passengers on board made an emergency landing at Madrid's Barajas Airport on Monday evening due to damage caused to its landing gear during take-off. The Air Canada flight AC837 heading for Toronto took off from Barajas just ... before 3pm. After it was discovered that pieces of damaged wheel had got inside one of the engines, the plane circled an area southeast of Madrid at low height in order to release some of its fuel before making an emergency landing at around 7.05pm.

12:30

National

Retirees from north and south protest in Madrid

SUR.

Two columns of pensioners, who had marched from Cadiz in the south and Bilbao in the north, arrived in Madrid this week in their good-natured protest against the levels of pension, calling for it to at least match the minimum wage. On Wednesday,

11:48

National

Parachutist collides with lamppost at parade

SUR

An expert military parachutist was comforted by the royal family at last Saturday's Hispanic Day parade in Madrid. Minutes earlier he had failed to land just in front of the stand of dignitaries after jumping with the unfurled Spanish flag, 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

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

13:25

National

Barcelona council suggest ending air route to Madrid to fight climate change

SUR

...said that the turn-up-and-go air shuttle from Barcelona's El Prat airport to Madrid should be eliminated as there is a high-speed rail connection instead. It has also called on other domestic air links in Spain to be halted where there is already a good ... day a year earlier, admitted the local authorities. Neither was there much increase in use of public transport. There will be a few months' grace period before non-compliant vehicles will be fined. Madrid drivers upset In Madrid there has been a ... toughening on parking in public spaces for cars that don't show a low emission sticker with the new year. However the controversial Madrid inner-city restriction area has seen some rules relaxed. On Thursday, Madrid drivers going to work were upset to

20:45

Gibraltar

Gibraltar prepares for Brexit with meetings in Madrid

Debbie Bartlett

With the United Kingdom and Gibraltar preparing to leave the European Union on 31 January, technical talks have been scheduled in Madrid on the 14th and 15th between officials from Gibraltar, the UK and Spain. These preparatory talks will be with ... unique issues arising as a result of Brexit and all the governments involved are keen to ensure that disruption is kept to a minimum. Contrary to reports carried in some of the media in recent days, the meetings in Madrid will not be bilateral between

14:00

National

Madrid climate conference closes without agreements

DOMÉNICO CHIAPPE / ALFONSO TORICES

The COP25 climate summit in Madrid finished last Sunday with many delegates and activists expressing their disappointment at a perceived lack of progress. The delegates assembled in Madrid did recognise the importance of climate science, and the ... the European Commission's announcement of an ambitious set of reforms which plan to make the EU carbon neutral by 2050. The absence of any real progress in Madrid ramps up the pressure for comprehensive agreements at next year's COP26, which will be

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

20:48

Gibraltar

Gibraltar represented at COP25 in Madrid

Debbie Bartlett

Environment minister John Cortes attended the 25th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties in Madrid recently, not only to represent the Rock but as Political Lead of the UK Overseas Territories, representing their governments in the UK

12:18

National

Gibraltar Strait drug crackdown gets results

SUR.

The government has been giving details of its success on the first anniversary of a crackdown on drug trafficking in the Strait of Gibraltar. According to the Interior ministry, 4,852 people have been arrested in the last year, 149 tonnes of drugs

12:47

National

EU takes Spain to court over poor air quality

SUR

The European Commission has reported Spain to the European Court of Justice for failing to comply with air quality standards in Madrid, Barcelona and the Vallès-Baix Llobregat area of Catalonia. It says that these areas have an excessive amount

18:52

National

Drivers on drugs involved in road deaths increase sharply in Spain

SUR

Drivers in Spain appear to have lost their fear of being 'under the influence' as latest data shows that four in every ten people killed in accidents had alcohol or drugs in their system. Public prosecutors have declared war on those who drink or

11:26

National

Congreso to vote on new PM next week

SUR.

Next week is the debate and then vote by MPs on the next prime minister. Pedro Sánchez (PSOE) looks unlikely to get support or even abstention from enough other parties to get a majority and observers expect another debate and vote in September.

15:51

Sport

Garbiñe Muguruza announces split with trainer

COLPISA

Tennis star Garbiñe Muguruza has ended her professional relationship with coach Sam Sumyk after four years. This came after Muguruza lost in the first round at Wimbledon to world number 121, Beatriz Haddad Maia. The decision was announced on soci

12:46

National

Mad Cool music festival starts in Madrid

SUR.

The fourth annual Mad Cool multi-stage music event kicked off on Wednesday night in Madrid with around 40,000 people at a concert by Catalan singer, Rosalia, who has recently become an international celebrity. This year, organisers have learned

13:44

National

Clashes at Barça-Real Madrid 'Clásico'

The postponed 'Clásico' game between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid took place on Wednesday night, despite fears that protests by organised separatist groups around the ground in the Catalan capital could force the game to be cancelled. Hundreds of

12:32

Sport

Walking footballers send New Year wishes to Sarah Almagro

sur

Walking Football Spain members this week sent a New Year greeting to Sarah Almagro, the local girl who lost her limbs to sepsis. This Sunday she will travel to Madrid for the fitting of her new prosthetic limbs for which, through various

15:25

National

Separatist protest threatens Barça-Real Madrid clash

SUR

A high-profile Catalan separatist group behind recent street protests has threatened to disrupt the forthcoming 'Clásico' football match between Barcelona and Real Madrid in the Catalan capital next Wednesday, 18 December. The match had already been

16:55

Sport

Liverpool come out on top in all-English Champions League final

Daryl Finch

Liverpool were crowned champions of Europe for a sixth time on Saturday after running out 2-0 winners against Tottenham in the Champions League final held in Madrid's Wanda Metropolitano stadium. Mohamed Salah gave the Reds the lead from the

11:33

LifeStyle

Tourism in the style of James Bond

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

...malagaHis life revolves around the film industry and that's why, when asked by Benalmádena council to make a promotional video of the municipality for the Fitur tourism fair, he decided it should be more of a film than an advert. Paula Bustos A