Summary of Spain News During the 2013-2014 School Year. Spain ' satisfied ' with Obama over spy scandal.
Spain'sPrime Minister Mariano Rajoy saidonMondayaftermeetingwith US PresidentBarackObamathatSpainhadreceived a "satisfactory" explanation of reportsthat American spiesbuggedEuropeanleaders' phones.
A Spanish judge is seeking the arrest of China's former president and premier over eight-year-old accusations of genocide in Tibet.
Spanish property prices are heading for a further drop in 2014. Due to “excessive stock and weak demand” property prices in Spain will continue to decline this year.
Adolfo Suárez, who has died aged 81, piloted Spain’s bloodless transition from dictatorship to democracy during a four-and-a-half year tenure that disarmed liberals as much as it alarmed conservatives.
During the Spanish Inquisition of the 15th Century the "Reyes Catolicos" ordered Jews and Muslims to convert to the Catholic faith or leave the country. Descendants are being invited to take up dual citizenship.
JusticeMinister, Alberto Ruiz-Gallardon
The world’s most renowned soda company will be closing four of its eleven factories in Spain. The factories that will cease operations include those in Fuenlabrada (Madrid), Alicante, Palma de Mallorca (Balearic Islands) and Colloto (Asturias).