What’s going on in Europe and particularly in Spain? We’ll bring you the news in this section.
There is such a thing called “climbing the ladder of success”. This form of “entering into the job market” is based on the theory that one must start at the bottom to reach the top. -
In a protest event organized by the Unidos Podemos radical left coalition, their leader Pablo Iglesias told the crowd: “ Let’s go on not drinking Coca-Cola because Coca-Cola is attacking workers’ rights.” But standing out on his lunch tray the coalition's spokesperson in the Senate were two Coca-Colas.
So far the Spanish security forces have upstaged the terrorists. Still, one couldn’t help thinking realistically that no amount of beefed up security could stop a determined terrorist from carrying out his evil plans. . .
Alonso will look to become the second person ever, after Graham Hill in the 1960’s, to achieve the motorsport triple crown winning the Monaco Grand Prix, the Indy 500 and Le Mans.
Coral reef in Maldives
Is climate change for real
You can’t beat Seville, the land of the fiery, when it comes to the passion and pageantry of Spain’s Semana Santa
Go through the awesome portal of the Biblioteca Nacional and you’re catapulted into the wonderful world of books and ancient manuscripts. Special event: Open House, 9 April 2017
"Spain was full of ideas, creativity and confidence in their attacking play. There was a spring in their step, like the Spain of five years ago."
It's Spring. Would someone please send a bouquet of dandelions to the White House de mi parte?
Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said: "Our parents and grandparents founded this Union with one common vision: never again war. After Rome this 60th anniversary of the Union, and however it is paved, there is only one way forward: European unity."