MADRID/BARCELONA Spain revised down its coronavirus death toll on Monday and urged foreign holidaymakers to return from July as it eases one of Europe's strictest lockdowns, though tourism businesses were sceptical about salvaging the summer season. | Video
MADRID/BARCELONA Madrid and Barcelona will not progress to the next phase of Spain's exit from one of Europe’s strictest lockdowns that will allow bars, restaurants and places of worship to reopen in some areas from Monday, the government announced.
MADRID/BARCELONA, May 8 The Spanish government
will decide on Friday in which regions bars, restaurants and
places of worship will open under the next phase of a gradual
exit from the coronavirus lockdown, although it looked likely
that Madrid and Catalonia would not move forward.
BARCELONA/MADRID Spain is flattening the curve on the spread of the coronavirus, the government said on Tuesday, one month into a strict lockdown in one of the world's worst outbreaks, but some voiced alarm over the loosening of restrictions that began this week.
BARCELONA The construction sector across Spain and other industries in Catalonia and the Basque Country went back to work on Tuesday, after the government eased one of the world's toughest coronavirus lockdowns as the pace of new infections slowed.
BARCELONA, April 13 The construction sector
across Spain and other industries in Catalonia and the Basque
Country went back to work on Tuesday, after the government eased
one of the world's toughest coronavirus lockdowns as the pace of
new infections slowed.
MARTORELL, Spain Carmaker Volkswagen AG's Spanish unit, SEAT, is taking advantage of a humble windscreen wiper mechanism to build emergency ventilators for a health system groaning under one of the world's worst national outbreaks of the new coronavirus.
BARCELONA/BERLIN/PARIS The Mobile World Congress (MWC), the annual telecoms industry gathering that draws more than 100,000 visitors to Barcelona, was canceled on Wednesday after a mass exodus by exhibitors due to fears over the coronavirus outbreak. | Video
BARCELONA Spain's acting prime minister Pedro Sanchez made a quick visit to Catalonia on Monday after a week of separatist unrest but spurned the pro-independence regional chief, accusing him of failing in his duty to restore order.
BARCELONA Thousands gathered in Barcelona in a fourth day of protests that have led to the worst sustained street violence in Spain in decades after Catalan leaders were sentenced to lengthy jail terms for their roles in a 2017 bid for independence. | Video