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MAGALUF, Spain (Reuters) - Bar and restaurant owners in the Spanish resort of Magaluf cheered the return of British tourists after London loosened travel restrictions to the Balearic Islands, though many worry another weak summer could push them out of business.
MADRID (Reuters) - The number of foreign tourists visiting Spain rose to 1.36 million in May, up from virtually zero who came in May 2020 when the country was under a strict lockdown, the National Statistics Institute (INE) said on Friday.
THE use of online learning tools has increased and triggered new ways of learning, and two academics reveal in their research how timely and relevant digital education is especially during the Covid-19 pandemic.
MADRID (Reuters) -A Spanish court on Thursday ordered European soccer's governing body UEFA to cancel all legal sanctions imposed on Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus for planning the creation of the breakaway European Super League.
LISBON/LONDON (Reuters) - While not a complete wash-out, the summer tourism season vital to southern Europe's economies will be less than sizzling as the Delta coronavirus spreads and travel hurdles keep British and other sun-seekers at home.
PALMA, Spain (Reuters) -Beach-craving British tourists flocked to the Spanish island of Mallorca on Wednesday after London added the Balearic archipelago to its "green travel list", boosting hopes for a better tourist season after a disastrous 2020.
MADRID (Reuters) -The Spanish government on Tuesday approved the draft of a bill to allow anyone over the age of 14 to change gender legally without a medical diagnosis or hormone therapy, the Equality Ministry said.
MADRID (Reuters) -The official autopsy on the body of John McAfee showed that he died by suicide in the Spanish prison cell where he was awaiting extradition to the United States, El Pais newspaper said on Monday, citing unidentified sources close to the proceedings.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - The pardons of jailed Catalan separatist leaders does not guarantee automatic support for the Spanish government's 2022 budget, Oriol Junqueras, the most prominent of the freed politicians, said on Monday.