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Could Enrique Iglesias Be Next ‘American Idol’ Judge?

Could Enrique Iglesias Be Next ‘American Idol’ Judge?

Enrique Iglesias might be the next judge to join Mariah Carey behind the table for American Idol's 12th season. continue reading »

Barcelona Tourism Industry to Expand with 6 New Hotel, Casino Complexes

Barcelona Tourism Industry to Expand with 6 New Hotel, Casino Complexes

The government of Spain's Catalonia region announced Friday a tourism project with an investment of $6 billion (4.74 billion euros) for the construction of six new complexes featuring hotels and casinos. continue reading »

Mexico Investing $35 M in First Oceanographic Research Vessel

Mexico Investing $35 M in First Oceanographic Research Vessel

Spanish shipmaker Astilleros Armon Vigo is building Mexico's first deep-water fisheries and oceanographic research vessel at a cost of roughly 460 million pesos ($35 million), the agriculture secretary said. continue reading »

Spain’s Iker Casillas, Xavier Hernandez Win Prince of Asturias Award for Sports

Spain’s Iker Casillas, Xavier Hernandez Win Prince of Asturias Award for Sports

Spanish soccer players Iker Casillas and Xavier Hernandez on Wednesday were named the recipients of this year's Prince of Asturias Award for Sports in recognition of their outstanding play on the field and admirable sportsmanship. continue reading »

SPAIN: Nigerian Woman Gives Birth on Bus

SPAIN: Nigerian Woman Gives Birth on Bus

A bus full of passengers in Spain received quite the surprise when a Nigerian woman went into labor on the bus. Monday night, the woman reportedly cried for help when her water broke and she went into labor. continue reading »

Hundreds of Undocumented Immigrants Protest Loss of Free Health Care in Spain

Hundreds of Undocumented Immigrants Protest Loss of Free Health Care in Spain

Hundreds of people protested in downtown Madrid Saturday against a measure that will leave undocumented immigrants without access to free health care, saying the decision by Spain's governing Popular Party amounts to "health apartheid." continue reading »

Mexican, Brazilian Companies Seek Spanish Engineers

Mexican, Brazilian Companies Seek Spanish Engineers

The Spanish professionals most sought after outside their country are engineers, and it's chiefly Mexican, Brazilian and even German companies that are after them. continue reading »

Fire Ravages Spain Killing 1, Injuring 5, Forcing Thousands From Homes

Fire Ravages Spain Killing 1, Injuring 5, Forcing Thousands From Homes

The fire devastating the province of Malaga in southern Spain has left one person dead and five injured while forcing 5,000 people from their homes in municipalities on the edge of the blaze, Andalusian authorities said Friday. continue reading »

Contemporary Spanish Artist, Maria Gonzalez, Invited to Venice Biennale Architecture 2012

Contemporary Spanish Artist, Maria Gonzalez, Invited to Venice Biennale Architecture 2012

Spanish artist Marisa González is one of the few artists invited to participate in the Venice Biennale Architecture. The Venice Biennale is a major contemporary art exhibition that takes place once every two years in Venice, continue reading »

Check Out These Incredible Large-Scale Works of Art

Check Out These Incredible Large-Scale Works of Art

Bored Panda readers have collected images of 30 of the world’s best large scale street art, and making the list were a number of works in Spain and Mexico. continue reading »

Spain’s Fernando Vicente Creates Amazing Artwork

Spain’s Fernando Vicente Creates Amazing Artwork

Spanish artist Fernando Vicente was born in Madrid where he started working as illustrator and painter during the 1980s. His beautiful artwork is mainly painted or created using a mix of pa continue reading »

Moroccans Prevented from Entering Spanish Territory

Moroccans Prevented from Entering Spanish Territory

A group of four Moroccan nationalists tried on Wednesday morning to "occupy" the Peñon de Velez de la Gomera, a Spanish possession located on the Moroccan coast, but they failed when they were driven out by members of the Spanish military stationed there. continue reading »

Spain’s Tomato War Celebrates 67th Year with 40,000 Attending

Spain’s Tomato War Celebrates 67th Year with 40,000 Attending

About 40,000 young people from all over the world on Wednesday in the eastern Spanish town of Buñol participated in a gigantic food fight with ripe tomatoes, the popular "Tomatina" festival, which this year was transformed into an act of collective catharsis whereby people could - for a while, anyway - forget the effects of the country's serious economic crisis. continue reading »

Pedro Almodovar Constructs Mock Airplane for New Movie

Pedro Almodovar Constructs Mock Airplane for New Movie

Production company El Deseo is working fiercely these days at Ciudad Real Central Airport building the mock-up of a jetliner that Pedro Almodovar will use in his film "I'm So Excited" starring Penelope Cruz and Antonio Banderas. continue reading »

Brazilian-Born Soccer Player Born Without Feet Invited to FC Barcelona Training Camp (VIDEO)

Brazilian-Born Soccer Player Born Without Feet Invited to FC Barcelona Training Camp (VIDEO)

A determined young Brazilian boy is getting the chance of a lifetime. In September, 11-year-old Gabriel Muniz will head to Spain to be a part of FC Barcelona's training camp. continue reading »