What’s going on in Europe and particularly in Spain? We’ll bring you the news in this section.
Nobody's excited about a new parliamentary election in Spain. But at this late date the countdown is ticking away into (almost) inevitable blastoff
"It's a race to the finish, but the real race has hardly begun. It's a pivotal time in the USA and with its role in the world"
It was the deadliest act of terrorism to occur on Belgian soil. And the U.S. Embassy in Brussels warned of the possibility of more attacks occurring
She and others undressed from waist up in the Catholic chapel on campus and she was fined by the court for offending religious sentiments. Only she.
"By 2050 the United States of America could be the biggest Spanish-speaking country in the world!"
"In Spain, the Semana Santa without the religious processions would not be Semana Santa. But there's more to the Holy Week than these corteges of lifelike images of the crucified Jesus and Our Lady of Sorrows, his sorrowful mother. For the inveterate music lover concert programming need not be interrupted just because it is Holy Week"
"For every Pegida demonstration there is always a bigger demonstration to counter it"
At last, a Food Truck Championship for Spain!
The siesta, like the fiesta, is too deeply embedded in the Spanish psyche. But how about the hectic lifestyle that the Spaniards have had to embrace, reluctantly, these recent yeas and which leaves very little rooml for the midday nap?