If they say a week’s a long time in politics then it’s surely an eternity when it comes to the machinations involved in landing a coveted World Cup in soccer.
But don’t call her greedy. She promises to use the profits to end Spain’s public finance crisis.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Why yes, and it’s made of paper straws.
Pucker up Spain, it’s a sexual revolution.
To be honest, NewsFeed didn’t know this was actually possible. (Though Healthland knows that she isn’t the first or the youngest child mother.)
It’s not often a snoring habit wins you praise in life –never mind cash. But in a crowded mall in Madrid Sunday, a snoring Ecuadoran took first prize in Spain’s first ever Siesta contest.
Think you’re an expert nap-taker? Prove it.
As shocking as it sounds, the cycling world was yet again rocked Thursday by the news that a star name has tested positive for a banned substance. But fear not, there’s a simple explanation!
In a victory for animal-rights activists — and a blow for those who said it was central to Spanish culture — Spain’s Catalonia region voted to formally ban bullfighting.
In Catalonia, a region of mainland Spain, animal rights activists clash with champions of Spanish heritage as debates rage over petitions to ban bullfighting.
A Spanish man spoke at a press conference on Monday after being the first successful recipient of a full-face transplant.
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