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Flash floods kill 10 in southern Spain, injures 35 people

Flash floods in southern Spain have killed at least ten people and injured over 35.

Tens of thousands rally in Spain against austerity measures

Madrid saw tens of thousands of protestors Saturday against spending cuts and tax hikes.

Spain’s miners resort to ‘guerrilla war’ over austerity

ASTURIAS, Spain — Black columns of smoke stain the blue skies of bucolic Asturias. Almost daily, burning tires block roads, highways and railways for hours while dozens of policemen fight with miners in the forest. “We are not attacking, we are just defending our jobs and the future of our children.”

Two Spanish ETA members arrested in London

The men, who both appeared on a list of Spain’s most wanted, are thought to have been on the run in the United Kingdom for some time.

Small pandas once roamed Spain

Panda fossils were found in northwest Spain said researchers.

Spain's borrowing costs surge at healthy bond auction

Interest rates on the Spain’s 10-year bonds – the benchmark for borrowing costs – are moving closer to 6 percent, making it very expensive for the euro zone nation to borrow compared to its neighbors.

Argentina: YPF vows to continue gas supplies

YPF produces 34 percent of Argentina's oil and 25 percent of its gas, and holds some 54 percent of the nation's refining capacity.

Spain unemployment hits record levels

The number of jobless in Spain reached 5,639,500 at the end of March, with 365,900 people having lost their jobs in the first three months of the year, according to the country’s national statistics agency.

Argentina Senate approves YPF nationalization bill

Sixty-three senators voted for the bill in the early hours of Thursday morning, with three parliamentarians voting against and four abstaining, leaving little doubt as to the popularity of the expropriation.

Muslims in Europe suffer discrimination, says Amnesty International

The report, which focuses on Belgium, France, the Netherlands, Spain and Switzerland, comes two days after Marine Le Pen’s right-wing National Front party secured a record result in the first round of France’s presidential elections.
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