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Explained: Will Spain's Pedro Sanchez stay on as prime minister?

Leaders of the main parties are at odds with each other in a country with no recent experience of coalition governments and an increasingly fragmented political landscape, meaning it may take many more weeks, and possibly a repeat election, to find a deal.

Spain: Three gored among six hurt on last day of Pamplona bull-running festival

Each morning from July 7-14 thousands of people, many wearing traditional white shirts with red scarves, line the narrow streets of the medieval city to take part in the centuries-old tradition of running with the bulls.

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Luis Enrique resigns as Spain coach for personal reasons

Spain coach Luis Enrique resigned from the team on Wednesday, three months after temporarily stepping aside for personal reasons, with his number two Robert Moreno taking on the role permanently.

Spain, Poland stay perfect in Euro 2020 qualification

Spain and Poland maintained perfect records in qualifying for the 2020 European Championship by winning their third straight games on Friday. Spain took a 4-1 victory home from Faeroe Islands while Poland also won away, 1-0 at North Macedonia.

Explained: Why it's crunch time for Spain as regional, EU elections loom

On Sunday, 12 of Spain's 17 regions and all of its 8,000-plus municipalities will be up for grabs. Opinion polls suggest the outcomes in the three most closely watched ballots — the Madrid region and the Madrid and Barcelona municipalities — are unclear.

Spain's Socialists on course to regain power but talks await

The Socialists gained seats in one of Spain's most hotly contested elections in decades, which featured the rise of far-right party Vox whose ultra-nationalist campaign echoed political trends across Europe where traditional parties have ceded to anti-immigration and eurosceptic forces.

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Explained: Who will be Spain's next Prime Minister? A profile of the candidates

Following are snapshots of the top candidates - five men in their mid-30s to mid-40s - and their parties, as campaigning enters its final stretch with two televised debates scheduled for Monday and Tuesday evening.

Town’s vote to remove monarchy fuels a debate over Spain’s future

A nonbinding poll, sponsored by a local political party, was held without an official census, but sponsors say the role of the institution of monarchy is a central question for the country’s future. The removal of the monarchy was approved by 97- 25, with one person casting a blank vote.

North Korea says embassy raid in Spain was a 'grave terrorist attack'

The foreign ministry representative also called for an investigation and said North Korea was closely watching rumours that the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and an anti-North Korea group were behind the raid.

Spain says gang stole material from North Korean Embassy and offered it to FBI

The North Korean economics official suffered “several injuries” during the assault, according to the judge’s report. While attacking him, the assailants tried to persuade the official to abandon his country, the judge said.

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Spain’s annual bull running festival kicks off amid fireworks and protests

During the festival, Pamplona's population swells from nearly 200,000 residents to around a million visitors, who are attracted by the adrenaline boost of bull runs along an 850-meter (930-yard) street course to the city's bullring and seamless nights of partying.

Spain’s annual bull running festival kicks off amid heavy rain

Participants drank and sprayed sangria ahead of the opening of the festival which draws tourists from around the world for its daily bull runs in the city’s narrow streets.

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Running of the bulls: San Fermin festival in Pamplona, Spain in full swing

Revelers from around the world arrive in Pamplona to take part on the eight days of San Fermin fiestas.

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