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Spanish Man Found Dead in Home 20 Years After Death

Spanish Man Found Dead in Home 20 Years After Death

The body of a man was only recently found in the northwestern Spanish village of Canizal, though he may have been dead for up to 20 years. continue reading »

Amid Crisis Luis Maria Linde Named Spain’s New Central Bank Chief

Amid Crisis Luis Maria Linde Named Spain’s New Central Bank Chief

Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's government named a new governor of Spain's central bank on Thursday, entrusting him with overseeing the continued restructuring of the nation's troubled financial sector. continue reading »

Julio Iglesias, 68, Says He’ll Rest When He’s “on the Other Side”

Julio Iglesias, 68, Says He’ll Rest When He’s “on the Other Side”

Julio Iglesias, despite his 43 years in music, said that he is still motivated to go onstage, that he would not sing if it did not move him and that he will rest "in 30 years when I'm on the other side." continue reading »

Mexican Writer Ernesto de la Peña is Awarded Literature Prize

Mexican Writer Ernesto de la Peña is Awarded Literature Prize

Mexican writer Ernesto de la Peña was presented Tuesday with the 26th Menendez Pelayo International Prize in recognition for "his concern about the transmission of knowledge and access to culture by the new generations." continue reading »

Alejandro Sanz Wants Fans to Guess New Album Title Using Paper Airplanes and Videos

Alejandro Sanz Wants Fans to Guess New Album Title Using Paper Airplanes and Videos

Spanish singer-songwriter Alejandro Sanz, one of the most active Latino artists on the social networks, is using an Internet game to get his fans to "guess" the title of his new album, his public relations office announced Tuesday. continue reading »

Spain’s King Juan Carlos Renews Political and Economic Cooperation with Chile

Spain’s King Juan Carlos Renews Political and Economic Cooperation with Chile

Spain's King Juan Carlos on Tuesday called on Spanish business leaders to take advantage of opportunities in renewable energy and tourism in Chile, and he praised the South American country for its legal security, compared with those "where arbitrariness reigns." continue reading »

Paz Vega to Work Again With Almodovar in “Los Amantes Pasajeros”, Pedro Almodovar

Paz Vega to Work Again With Almodovar in “Los Amantes Pasajeros”, Pedro Almodovar

Spanish actress Paz Vega will be in the cast of "Los Amantes Pasajeros" (The Brief Lovers), the new film by Spanish director Pedro Almodovar, with whom she worked on "Hable con Ella" (Talk to Her), Variety reported on its Web site. continue reading »

Spanish Language Media Announcing Shakira Pregnant with Pique’s Baby

Spanish Language Media Announcing Shakira Pregnant with Pique’s Baby

Spanish language blogs and media sites are buzzing that Colombian singer, Shakira, is pregnant with boyfriend Gerard Pique's baby. continue reading »

Maria Sans, the Inspiration for Hemingway’s Maria in “For Whom the Bell Tolls”, Dies at 91

Maria Sans, the Inspiration for Hemingway’s Maria in “For Whom the Bell Tolls”, Dies at 91

Maria Sans, the woman who inspired the character Maria in Ernest Hemingway's 1943 novel "For Whom the Bell Tolls, died in Mataro, a city outside this northeastern Spanish metropolis. She was 91. continue reading »

Spanish Officials Deny Asking Germany for Bailout

Spanish Officials Deny Asking Germany for Bailout

The Spanish government denied on Sunday that any "pressure" is being exerted by German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schauble on Economy Minister Luis de Guindos to get Spain to ask the European financial stability fund for money to shore up the Spanish banking sector, while Berlin reiterated its confidence in the measures that Madrid is taking to deal with its fiscal woes. continue reading »

While on Holiday in Spain, Woman Falls From Balcony Trying to Remove Spider from Luggage

While on Holiday in Spain, Woman Falls From Balcony Trying to Remove Spider from Luggage

Chantelle Serginson remains in the hospital after she fell from a balcony while vacationing in Spain. Chantelle and her mother Kimberley had reportedly been arguing in their room at the Hotel Mari continue reading »

Judge: Spanish Doctor Will Pay Monthly Child Support to Woman After Abortion Botched

Judge: Spanish Doctor Will Pay Monthly Child Support to Woman After Abortion Botched

A Spanish gynecologist is now financially responsible for baby after he failed to properly perform an abortion. In April 2010, a woman whose name has not been released, s continue reading »

Four Spanish Children Amongst 19 Victims in Qatar Fire

Four Spanish Children Amongst 19 Victims in Qatar Fire

Three of the four Spanish children killed in a fire Monday at a daycare center in a mall in Doha were the children of an executive of Spanish construction company OHL who works in Qatar, company spokesmen told Efe. continue reading »

Alejandro Sanz and Raquel Perera Tie the Knot in Double Ceremony With Son’s Baptism

Alejandro Sanz and Raquel Perera Tie the Knot in Double Ceremony With Son’s Baptism

Singer Alejandro Sanz and his girlfriend Raquel Perera were married over the weekend at his farm in the Jarandilla de la Vera municipality in the western Spanish province of Caceres, Hola magazine reported. continue reading »

2 Power Company Guards Arrested for Killing Guatemalan Peasant

2 Power Company Guards Arrested for Killing Guatemalan Peasant

Two employees of Spanish hydroelectric power company Hidro Santa Cruz were arrested for the murder of a peasant, a crime that sparked disturbances and the declaration of a state of siege for 18 days in the Indian town of Santa Cruz Barillas in western Guatemala. continue reading »