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Spanish Police Arrest Woman Accused Of Killing Newborn, Placing Body in Freezer

Spanish Police Arrest Woman Accused Of Killing Newborn, Placing Body in Freezer

A Spanish woman accused of killing her newborn baby says that the child was stillborn and that she put it into the freezer in her home so that she could keep it, sources linked to her family told Efe. continue reading »

Messi Honored as Best Player, Best Forward at Spanish Soccer Organization Awards

Messi Honored as Best Player, Best Forward at Spanish Soccer Organization Awards

For the fourth year in a row, Argentine striker Lionel Messi took the laurels for best forward and best player here Tuesday as Spain's LFP professional soccer organization handed out awards for the 2011-2012 season. continue reading »

Madrid Councilman May Be Charged For His Role in Halloween Stampede

Madrid Councilman May Be Charged For His Role in Halloween Stampede

The judge investigating the tragedy that occurred at a Halloween party at the Madrid Arena where four girls were crushed by a surging crowd has subpoenaed a city councilman for questioning as a possible defendant. continue reading »

SPAIN: Woman Selling “Non-Vital” Organs to Pay her Rent

SPAIN: Woman Selling “Non-Vital” Organs to Pay her Rent

A Spanish mother is going to extremes to provide a home for herself and her daughter. A disabled Valencia resident recently gave an interview to El Mundo and disclosed that in order to stay financially afloat continue reading »

Spanish Business Says Officials Not Doing Enough to Find Son Kidnapped in Mexico

Spanish Business Says Officials Not Doing Enough to Find Son Kidnapped in Mexico

A Spanish businessman living in Mexico whose adult son was kidnapped nine months ago said authorities have not done enough to rescue him. "I located him three times and in none of (those cases) di continue reading »

Spain Economic Minister:  Economic Reforms Producing “Positive Signs”

Spain Economic Minister:  Economic Reforms Producing “Positive Signs”

Spain's efforts to trim its budget deficit and put its financial house in order are producing "positive signs," the Iberian nation's economy minister said here Monday in an appearance before the European Parliament. continue reading »

Obesity Rates Soars Amongst Spanish Women Due to Economic Woes

Obesity Rates Soars Amongst Spanish Women Due to Economic Woes

The rise in female unemployment and the consumption of cheaper and less nutritious food products to adjust household expenditures to reduced incomes are some of the factors responsible for the recent increase in obesity among women in Spain. continue reading »

Spanish Officials Take Down Major Narco Gang from Serbia

Spanish Officials Take Down Major Narco Gang from Serbia

Spanish police said they broke up a network that financed the Serbian criminal outfit known as the Zemun clan with the profits from marijuana plantations on Gran Canaria island. continue reading »

Penelope Cruz, La Tienda Raise Funds For Spanish Food Banks

Penelope Cruz, La Tienda Raise Funds For Spanish Food Banks

La Tienda CEO Tim Harris and actress Penelope Cruz announced today the launch of the 2012 "Campaign for Spain" to help Spanish food banks over the holiday season. continue reading »

Spanish Companies Invest $15 Billion in Chile, Says Rajoy

Spanish Companies Invest $15 Billion in Chile, Says Rajoy

Accumulated Spanish investment in Chile exceeds $15 billion, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said in a message to the Spanish Chamber of Commerce in the South American country. continue reading »

Red Cross Rescues 47 Immigrants Crossing Strait of Gibraltar in Fragile Boats

Red Cross Rescues 47 Immigrants Crossing Strait of Gibraltar in Fragile Boats

A total of 47 immigrants from sub-Saharan Africa were saved on Saturday by a Spanish maritime rescue unit as they were crossing the Strait of Gibraltar in three fragile boats. continue reading »

Spanish National Soccer Team Honors Past Players With Retro Jersey

Spanish National Soccer Team Honors Past Players With Retro Jersey

Spain's national soccer team revealed on Friday a new jersey inspired by one first worn in 1924, featuring a golden V-shaped stripe below the collar. continue reading »

Spain Tries to Stop Mortgage Foreclosures in Light of Recent Suicides

Spain Tries to Stop Mortgage Foreclosures in Light of Recent Suicides

Spain's government said Friday, hours after a woman about to be evicted from her home in the northern town of Barakaldo committed suicide, that it is working urgently to bring a halt to mortgage foreclosures. continue reading »

Spanish Chef Ferran Adriá Honored on New Pepsi Can

Spanish Chef Ferran Adriá Honored on New Pepsi Can

In an effort to develop new food innovations and learn about leading cuisine trends, PepsiCo announced its partnership with the ‘World’s Greatest Chef’ Spain’s Ferran Adriá last year. continue reading »

Spain’s Iberia In Effort to Survive Economic Downturn Cuts 25% of Its Workforce

Spain’s Iberia In Effort to Survive Economic Downturn Cuts 25% of Its Workforce

Spain's Iberia will shed 4,500 jobs, nearly a quarter of its 20,000-strong workforce, as part of a series of permanent structural changes to salvage the airline, its parent company said Friday. continue reading »