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WASHINGTON/MADRID (Reuters) - Spain will host U.N. climate change talks in December after Chile withdrew, the United Nations said on Friday, a last-minute switch which raises big logistical challenges and has left activist Greta Thunberg stranded on the wrong side of the Atlantic.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish authorities are preparing for protests by supporters of Catalan independence on the eve of Spain's Nov. 10 general election that could turn violent, government and Socialist Party sources told Reuters.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez on Friday ruled out forming a "grand coalition" with the opposition People's Party (PP) after a parliamentary election on Nov. 10.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's main political parties kick off campaigning on Thursday for a parliamentary election on Nov. 10, the fourth in as many years but which could still fail to break a protracted stalemate in a fragmented political environment.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's Socialist leader Pedro Sanchez, stepping up efforts to control separatist groups and parties' activity on the internet, said on Thursday his government would not allow Catalonia to seek "online" independence.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's far-right Vox party could nearly double its score in a repeat parliamentary election on Nov.10, a tracking poll by Sigma Dos for0 El Mundo newspaper showed on Thursday.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland's prime minister on Wednesday ruled out holding a parliamentary election before Christmas, according to national broadcaster RTE.
LONDON: Britain will hold its first December election in almost a century after Prime Minister Boris Johnson won approval from parliament on Tuesday for an early ballot aimed at breaking the Brexit deadlock.
MADRID (Reuters) - Visitors ranging from curious to nostalgic took in the new look of Spain's Civil War shrine in the Valley of the Fallen, as it reopened on Tuesday five days after the government exhumed the remains of fascist dictator Francisco Franco from the mausoleum.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Confronted by a right-wing heckler while campaigning for last month's parliamentary election in Israel, Benny Gantz grabbed the man by the lapels and glared down at him.