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Mexican Authorities Have Line On Suspects Who Raped Spanish Tourists in Acapulco

Mexican Authorities Have Line On Suspects Who Raped Spanish Tourists in Acapulco

Authorities have "firm signs to find those responsible" for the rape of six Spanish tourists on the outskirts of the Pacific resort city of Acapulco, the attorney general of the southern Mexican state of Guerrero said Tuesday. continue reading »

Rafael Nadal Shines in Doubles Play in Chile

Rafael Nadal Shines in Doubles Play in Chile

Spain's Rafael Nadal, who is making a comeback from a serious knee injury, teamed up with Argentina's Juan Mónaco to beat the Czech duo of Frantisek Cermak and Lukas Dlouhy 6-3, 6-2 in doubles at the ATP event in Viña del Mar, Chile. continue reading »

EFE President Says Journalism is “More Alive Than Ever”

EFE President Says Journalism is “More Alive Than Ever”

The profession of journalism "is more alive than ever or, at least, as alive as it ever was," the president of EFE, Spain's international news agency, Jose Antonio Vera, said during the inauguration in Ma continue reading »

7 Spanish Tourists Raped by Gunmen in Acapulco

7 Spanish Tourists Raped by Gunmen in Acapulco

Gunmen raped seven Spanish tourists on the outskirts of the Mexican Pacific resort city of Acapulco, an official in the prosecutor's office told Efe. continue reading »

Cervantes Institute Wants Spanish Language to Go Global

Cervantes Institute Wants Spanish Language to Go Global

The head of the Cervantes Institute, Victor Garcia de la Concha, defended here on Tuesday the need to cooperate with institutions inside and outside Spain to spread the Spanish language throughout the world. continue reading »

Spanish Point Guard Jose Manuel Calderon’s Debut Doesn’t Garner a Win for Pistons

Spanish Point Guard Jose Manuel Calderon’s Debut Doesn’t Garner a Win for Pistons

Spanish point guard Jose Manuel Calderon made his debut in a losing effort with the Detroit Pistons, who were beaten 99-85 by the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden. continue reading »

Spain Eliminated in First Round of Davis Cup Play by Canada

Spain Eliminated in First Round of Davis Cup Play by Canada

Canada eliminated Spain in the first round of the Davis Cup over the weekend. continue reading »

Spanish Prime Minister Rajoy in Germany for 24th German-Spanish Summit

Spanish Prime Minister Rajoy in Germany for 24th German-Spanish Summit

German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday welcomed Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to Berlin, where the two leaders are presiding over the 24th German-Spanish bilateral summit. continue reading »

Socialists Demand Rajoy’s Resignation Following PP Scandal

Socialists Demand Rajoy’s Resignation Following PP Scandal

Spanish Socialist Workers Party, or PSOE, secretary-general and opposition leader Alfredo Perez Rubalcaba on Sunday called on Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to resign due to the corruption case involving the governing Popular Party regarding alleged clandestine payments to its leaders. continue reading »

Venezuela to Sue Spanish Paper for False Chavez Photo

Venezuela to Sue Spanish Paper for False Chavez Photo

The Venezuelan government plans to take legal action against the Spanish daily El Pais for publishing a photograph purportedly showing President Hugo Chavez intubated, Vice President Nicolas Maduro said. continue reading »

Honduran Mother Looking to Reunite with Daughter Pleads to Let Her Stay in Spain

Honduran Mother Looking to Reunite with Daughter Pleads to Let Her Stay in Spain

Wendy, a Honduran residing in Spain, had not seen her 5-year-old daughter for four years, and after waiting 29 hours for Spanish immigration authorities to let the girl leave Madrid-Barajas Airport, now hopes she can stay in the country. continue reading »

Rajoy Denies Receiving Under-the-Table Payments from PP

Rajoy Denies Receiving Under-the-Table Payments from PP

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied allegations that he received secret cash payments from the ruling conservative Popular Party and said he will release his income statements next week to clear up any doubts. continue reading »

Spanish Marketing Exec: U.S. Needs to Tap Into Soccer Market

Spanish Marketing Exec: U.S. Needs to Tap Into Soccer Market

Spanish-born marketing executive Vicente Navarro says U.S. companies need to tap into Hispanics' passion for soccer in their bid to reach out to that important consumer segment ahead of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil and beyond. continue reading »

Are Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem Expecting Baby No. 2?

Are Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem Expecting Baby No. 2?

Both the New York Post and Us Weekly are reporting that Penelope Cruz and husband Javier Bardem are expecting their second bundle of joy. continue reading »

Tennis Great Rafael Nadal Ready for His Comeback

Tennis Great Rafael Nadal Ready for His Comeback

Spanish tennis star Rafael Nadal said Friday upon his arrival in Chile that he is ready to start his comeback despite lingering discomfort in his left knee. continue reading »