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MADRID (Reuters) -The Spanish government on Monday came out against the formation of a breakaway Super League by 12 clubs including its own Real Madrid and Barcelona, and its sports minister said any changes to soccer organisations can only be made by agreement.
MADRID (Reuters) - French carmaker Renault has started negotiations with unions to extend the partial idling of three of its four factories in Spain until the end of September as a preemptive measure in case a global semiconductor shortage lingers.
MADRID (Reuters) - The Spanish government has approved a plan to spend up to 800 million euros ($950 million) until 2023 to encourage electric car sales, the Energy Ministry said on Friday.
Facebook was the victim of a massive hack in 2019 involving private data of over 533 million members worldwide. Revealed only this week, this data theft would concern users in over 100 countries. There are several online tools to find out if you are directly affected or not.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain said on Wednesday it would extend the use of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine to essential workers over 65 years old to cater to previously excluded groups at a time when infections are rising again across most regions.
MADRID (Reuters) - The rate of diagnosed COVID-19 infections is rising in most Spanish regions led by the more contagious variant first detected in Britain, Health Minister Carolina Darias said on Wednesday.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain expects digital vaccine certificates that would ease travels within the European Union would be ready in June at the latest, foreign minister Arancha Gonzalez Laya said on Wednesday in a radio interview.
BARCELONA (Reuters) -Catalonia's separatist parties on Tuesday failed to agree on forming a coalition government in the northeastern Spanish region, raising the prospect of a snap election if no candidate manages to attract a parliamentary majority in two months.
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MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's two former prime ministers - Mariano Rajoy and Jose Maria Aznar - were testifying on Wednesday in a High Court corruption trial involving former prominent members of their conservative People' Party (PP).