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Spanish police arrest three Al-Qaeda suspects


Spanish police arrested three suspected members of Al-Qaeda who had enough explosives to blow up a bus and were thought to be planning an attack in Spain or elsewhere in Europe, the government said on

Spain bailout fears peak after black Friday


A eurozone bailout for Spain's banks and a tough batch of pay cuts and tax hikes have not been enough to save the country from the risk of a full-blown bailout, analysts warn.

Squeezed between public

ECB turns screws on Greece, stops accepting collateral


The European Central Bank turned up the heat on Greece on Friday ahead of a review of its bailout programme, saying it would stop accepting Greek bonds and other collateral used by Greek banks to tap ECB funding, at least until after the review.

Spain reforms to raise 56.4 billion euros


The Spanish government's most recent reforms will slash 56.4 billion euros from the public deficit in the next two and a half years, an official document showed on Saturday, leaving a gap to be filled

Misfiring India lose second hockey Test against Spain


A misfiring India sqaundered chances galore and conceded a late goal to go down 1-2 to hosts Spain in the second hockey Test in Santander.

By virtue of this win at the new facility in La Albericia

Many injured in opening Pamplona bull run


Thousands of daredevils fled half-tonne bulls thundering through Pamplona's streets on Saturday in the first bull run of Spain's San Fermin festival, resulting in six injuries.

Spain make history as they crush Italy


Defending champions Spain secured an unprecedented third successive major trophy as they beat Italy 4-0 in the Euro 2012 final here on Sunday.

It is the biggest winning margin in the history of the t

Euro area agrees bond support for Italy, Spain


Eurozone leaders agreed on Friday to take emergency action to bring down Italy's and Spain's spiralling borrowing costs and to create a single supervisory body for eurozone banks by the end of 2012, a

Fabregas sends Spain into Euro 2012 final


Spain reached their third consecutive major tournament final after overcoming neighbours Portugal 4-2 on penalties in the first Euro 2012 semi-final in Donetsk on Wednesday.

After an attritional game

Alonso fires Spain to Euro 2012 semis


Spain on Saturday took a step closer to defending their European title, beating France for the first time in a major competition to secure a semi-final meeting with neighbours Portugal.

Two goals fro

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