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Thousands protest in Madrid against NATO summit
Carrying the hammer and sickle flags of the former Soviet Union, thousands protested in Madrid on Sunday against a NATO summit which will take place in the Spanish capital next week.
Madrid says detained Catalan separatist leader must face Spanish courts
The Spanish government demanded Catalan separatist leader Carles Puigdemont be extradited to face sedition charges in Spain on Friday after he was detained by Italian police in Sardinia.
Theater, cinema, concerts thrive in Madrid despite virus
With entertainment venues shuttered across much of Europe, Spain stands out as a cultural oasis where people still go to the theater and cinema or watch concerts despite soaring infection rates.
Skiers hit streets of Madrid as Spain suffers worst snowfall for 50 years
Between 20 and 30cm of snow has fallen in Madrid, the heaviest seen since 1971, allowing people to don their skis and take to the city’s main Gran Via thoroughfare.
Resignation, anger greet new Madrid lockdown
Fresh lockdown restrictions came into force Monday in parts of Madrid and surrounding areas, drawing outrage despite a surge in COVID-19 infections.
Madrid mayor in talks to host Champions League final
Madrid’s mayor said Spanish capital is in talks about hosting this year’s Champions League soccer final if organizers decide to move it from Istanbul due to the coronavirus crisis.
Anger erupts at UN climate summit as major economies resist bold action
Major economies have resisted calls for bolder climate commitments as a UN summit in Madrid limped toward a delayed conclusion on Saturday, dimming hopes that nations will act in time to stop rising temperatures devastating people and the natural world.
Our war against nature must stop: UN chief
Guterres warns of ‘point of no return’ on climate change
Spanish government dismisses call for Catalan talks
Spain’s government dismissed calls on Saturday from Catalonia’s pro-independence regional chief for talks over a wave of violence sparked by the jailing of separatist leaders, as police braced for fresh protests.
Madrid's bullfighting 'ritual' acclaimed, contested
When the bull collapses and dies in front of the matador, silence descends on Madrid's bullfighting ring, a ‘ritual’ that its French manager Simon Casas vigorously defends in an increasingly conflictive climate.
Spanish tourists willing to transfer rich Iranian culture to Madrid
A Spanish couple, who entered Iran 45 days ago on a cycling tour, say they are eager to transfer old and rich Iranian culture and civilization to their country.
Can Real Madrid teenager keep La Liga season alive?
Real Madrid hosts Barcelona in a must-win Clasico at the Bernabeu today, knowing only victory will keep its title hopes alive.
Catalan separatist leaders moved to Madrid for trial
Jailed Catalan politician Raul Romeva hopes the upcoming trial of separatist leaders at the Supreme Court in Madrid will refocus attention on the region's push for independence from Spain.

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