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MADRID (Reuters) - British telecom operator Vodafone said on Wednesday it had partnered with information technology firm Unisys to launch 'Vodafone Digital Factory' to boost its range of IT services as businesses digitise their activity amid the pandemic.
MADRID (Reuters) - France and Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema has tested positive for coronavirus, his club said on Friday in a statement, with no additional details.
MADRID (Reuters) - A 22-year-old Briton arrested in Spain in connection with a Twitter hack which compromised the accounts of several U.S. politicians in 2020 is due to appear by video call in the Spanish high court on Thursday, a judicial source told Reuters.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish holiday rentals for August are more heavily booked than before the COVID-19 pandemic, thanks to domestic tourism and a perception that rented properties are safer than hotels, Spain's leading holiday booking website Rentalia said on Wednesday.
MADRID (Reuters) - Telefonica expects to cut its debt by 200 million euros ($169 million) following the sale of a controlling stake in its optic fibre network in Colombia to buyout fund KKR, the Spanish telecom operator said on Saturday.
MADRID (Reuters) -A Spanish court remanded three people in custody on Friday on suspicion of beating a man to death last weekend in a presumed homophobic attack that caused mass protests across Spain.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's Canary Islands and its Mediterranean region of Valencia have asked the government to bring back curfews to counter a soaring COVID-19 infection rate among unvaccinated youngsters that is threatening to scupper the summer tourism season.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's High Court placed Iberdrola Renovables under formal investigation on Friday as part of a probe into an alleged spying case, a document released by the court showed.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain is a safe destination for tourists even though COVID-19 cases are rising, Tourism Minister Reyes Maroto said on Friday, citing its vaccination programme and the number of hospitalised patients being kept under control.