Is Spain at the beginning of a food revolution?
The European Court of Justice struck down an appeal by a cycling firm, Massi, that claimed Messi's logo would confuse consumers.
Rioja, Cava, Sherry - three famous wines from very different parts of Spain. In this episode of Here We Grow, I visit the distinctive regions they come from and find out why these wines are so special and individual.
Government proposes law that would outlaw Franco's charitable foundation and turn his civil war mausoleum into a 'civilian cemetery'
A court in Belgium has postponed issuing a ruling on the extradition of the Spanish rapper Valtonyc
Our reporter Jaime Velazquez hits the catwalk to compare this year's event with previous editions.
Supporters of Catalonia's secession from the rest of Spain gathered in small groups around the north east region on Friday under orders from event organisers to maintain social distancing amid a spike in coronavirus cases.
In this episode of 'Here We Grow', Euronews heads to Galicia in Spain to meet the seafood producers and innovators creating famous flavours.
La Liga was set to begin with a match between Granada and Athletic Bilbao on Friday night, but the federation forced the game to be moved to the weekend because it opposes matches on Mondays and Fridays.
Research suggests that the COVID-19 crisis has pushed EU consumers to look for higher quality products, Spanish farmers are set to provide.
"This is an act of discrimination by the government, which has forgotten that people with disabilities exist," accessibility consultant José Manuel Delicado tells Euronews.
In this special edition of Futuris, Euronews looks at how the EU is trying to make one hundred cities carbon neutral by 2030.
Doctors in Barcelona are studying how a short trip out of ICU to the beachfront affects the recovery of COVID-19 patients.
Business Planet travels to Madrid to see how the world's biggest support network for SMEs is supporting firms during the COVID-19 crisis.
Spain's COVID-19 14-day incidence rate stands at 221 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, according to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control. Across the 31 countries it monitors, the rate currently stands at 34.5.
Tourism has been one of the industries hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic, a fact illustrated in Spain, which recorded a 75% fall in visitor numbers for July against last year.
Posing as a public official, he also called nursing homes, football clubs and even the press to spread false information about coronavirus.
Some of Spain’s world famous holiday destinations have become COVID-19 hotspots. Ibiza may be considered the clubbing capital of the world, but despite its dancefloors being silenced by the pandemic, infection rates in the Balearic islands are still climbing.
Popular portable pool owners share how their new fad purchase helped them to survive the summer amid a health crisis and blistering heat
Just in: Spain calls in its army to fight COVID-19 resurgence
Twenty-three people have been sent to hospital and seven patients are in intensive care.
With brothels not keeping an official registry of clients, authorities in Castilla La Mancha haven’t been able to contact trace people who may have been exposed
4,771 new COVID-19 cases were recorded in France on Thursday. The country had not seen the number of new infections jump over the 4,000 threshold since May.
The news ends two weeks of mystery over the former king's whereabouts.
Around 50,000 new cases were recorded in the past two weeks alone.
The authorities believe that smoke can spread the deadly virus.