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30-Minutes To Cook: Simple Seafood Paella

Enjoy this under-30-minutes recipes simple seafood paella. Paella is one of Spains signature dishes and considered by some as countrys national dish continue reading »

Al Qaeda Terrorist Recruiters Arrested in Spain

In Spanish News, the country's national police have arrested two suspected members of the Al Qaeda terrorist group. One male suspect is Algerian and the other a Moroccan and both were residing in Spain and believed to be involved in terrorist recruiting continue reading »

Octogenarian Duchess of Alba Suffers 2nd Accidental Fall Since Wedding to Much Younger Alfonso Diez

In Spanish news, the 87-year-old Duchess of Alba suffered her second accidental fall since her much-criticized wedding to the very handsome and younger Alfonso Diez in Spain. The Duchess if one of Spain's richest women continue reading »

Spanish Bullfighter Francisco Rivera Ordoñez Plans to Wed Again

Spanish bullfighter Francisco Rivera Ordoñez plans to wed a young attorney, Lourdes Montes, at a Sept. 14 ceremony where the matador's daughter by his first marriage will act as matron of honor. continue reading »

Spanish Government: Royal Family and Monarchy Here to Stay

Spanish government has announced its commitment to maintaining a monarch and Spain's royal family. This confidence vote comes at a time when the monarchy is under seige for various reasons. continue reading »

What Country Has the Most Pot-Smoking 11-to-15 Year Olds?  Spain Came in Third Place

Guess what country has the most pot-smoking kids?? Before you say Mexico, Colombia or Bolivia where the majority of drugs are manufactured you are wrong. It is Canada. continue reading »

BajaLibros Launches Spanish-Language eBookstore in U.S.

BajaLibros, one of the Latin America’s largest and most well known digital bookstores has announced plans to come to the U.S. continue reading »

Spanish CEO: Economy Will Emerge Healthier After Crisis

Spain will emerge from the current crisis with a much healthier economy, Spanish power giant Iberdrola's CEO, Jose Ignacio Sanchez Galan, said here Thursday during an event at Harvard University. continue reading »

Javier Bardem Lands Leading Role in Brother’s Book-Turned-Movie

Spanish actor Javier Bardem is starring in a movie based on a novel written by his older brother Carlos. The book and movie titled "Alacran Enamorado" ("Scorpion in Love") have Bardem playing a neo-Nazi leader in Spain continue reading »

Spanish Author and National Prize for Literature Winner Jose Luis Sampedro Dies

Spanish author and the 2011 National Prize for Literature winner, Jose Luis Sampedro has died at the age of 96 at his home in Madrid. The writer, economist and academic was known for his open critics of Spain's economic policies. continue reading »

Celebrate National Empanada Day

Today is a day to honor one of Hispanic America’s greatest culinary creations, the empanada, on The National Empanada Day. continue reading »

Italy’s Santini Succeeds Spain’s Arzak as World’s Best Female Chef

Italy's Nadia Santini has been named the Veuve Clicquot 2013 Best Female Chef, an honor that Britain's Restaurant magazine bestows each year. continue reading »

Libyan Diplomat Found Apparently Murdered in Spain

In Spanish news authorities are reporting the apparent violent death of a Libyan diplomat that lived in Spain and worked at the Libyan Embassy in Spain. continue reading »

500-Yrs Ago Spain’s Ponce de Leon Arrived in FL Looking for Fountain of Youth

It is believed that around April 2 or 3 of the year 1513, Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de Leon landed on the east coast of Florida to claim the land for Spain and named it after the Easter feast of those days known as Pascua Florida. continue reading »

Spanish Book Lovers Await LeaLA Book Fair in May

The largest Spanish book competition in the U.S., LeaLa also known as The Spanish Book Fair of Los Angeles is expecting close to record crowds nearing 100,000. The event is held from May 17-19, 2013. continue reading »

Julio Iglesias Honored by Guinness Records: Top-Selling Latin Artist

Spanish crooner Julio Iglesias was honored by the Guinness records as the Latin artist who has sold the most records. Iglesias has sold more than 300 million discs in his long career. continue reading »

Spain: PM Rajoy Says Terrorist Group ETA Must Announce Dissolution

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy demanded the "definitive dissolution" of the Basque terrorist group ETA, which warned Tuesday that the expuls continue reading »

“Modest” Recovery Predicted for Spanish Economy in 2014

The economy will contract 1.5 percent this year and will experience a "modest" recovery in 2014, when the gross domestic product will expand by 0.60 percent, the Bank of Spain said Tuesday. continue reading »

Financial Crisis Averted: Cyprus Gets $13BN European Bailout

Cyprus on Monday reached a bailout agreement with its Eurozone partners and the International Monetary Fund that protects small bank depositors while penalizing holders of large accounts and shrinking the banking system. continue reading »

Spanish Designer Custo Barcelona Styles Disney Villainess

Spanish designer Custo Barcelona, is amongst several European designers asked to provide designer attire for Disney characters residing at Disneyland Paris. Barcelona designed a dress for the evil Maleficent from Sleep Beauty continue reading »