Spanish Socialists resolve crisis as minority government looms

Spain is set to have its first fully functional government in 10 months after the centre-left Socialist Party (PSOE) Sunday gave the green light to a minority government led by the rival People's...

Barcelona go top late on in Valencia but captain Iniesta injured

Barcelona stumbled to the top of the Spanish Liga on Saturday with a late 3-2 win at spirited Valencia but may have lost captain Andres Iniesta to a knee injury.

Barcelona smash City with Messi hat-trick, Bayern trounce PSV

Heavyweights Barcelona and Bayern Munich edged towards the knockout stage of the Champions League on Wednesday with home thrashings of Manchester City and PSV Eindhoven respectively.

Violent protest by refugees in Madrid ends peacefully

A violent protest by refugees in the Spanish capital Madrid was ended peacefully by police Wednesday morning after 12 hours of negotiations, the head of the camp where they live, Ignacio Cosido,...

Real Madrid extend contract of Kroos to 2022

Real Madrid have extended the contract of Germany midfielder Toni Kroos for two more years, until 2022, the European champions said on Wednesday.

Croatia cruised 6-0 in Kosovo. Spain held 1-1 by Italy, Wales draw 2-2 in Austria

Italy managed to battle out a 1-1 draw at home to a lively Spain on Thursday in Turin, in a high-profile World Cup qualifier.

Atletico miss two penalties in 2-0 win at Valencia to go top

Atletico Madrid stumbled to the top of the Spanish Liga on Sunday in an eventful 2-0 win at lowly Valencia, in which local keeper Diego Alves saved two penalties from the visitors.

Real Madrid's Modric undergoes surgery on his left knee

Real Madrid playmaker Luka Modric on Sunday underwent arthroscopic surgery to clean up his left knee, the European champions said.

Leader of Spanish Socialists quits, could signal new government

Pedro Sanchez, head of Spain's Socialist Party (PSOE), resigned late Saturday in an intra-party squabble over whether to support a conservative-led governing coalition.

Rajoy's party wins in Galicia, Nationalists top in Basque Country

Spain's conservative People's Party (PP) won an overall majority in the parliament of Galicia, while the Basque Nationalist Party (PNV) came out on top in the Basque Country, in regional elections...

Tense elections in Spain's Galicia and Basque Country

Some 4 million Spaniards in the autonomous regions of Galicia and Basque Country were called to vote Sunday in polls that could affect a political stalemate in the capital, Madrid.

Ronaldo confident Real can win back-to-back Champions League title

Cristiano Ronaldo is confident Real Madrid can become the first side to win back-to-back Champions Leagues, and calls for a good start on Wednesday against one of his former clubs Sporting Lisbon...

Handsome wins for Madrid teams Real and Atletico

Real Madrid cruised to the top of the Spanish Liga on Saturday with a 5-2 home slaughter of feeble Osasuna, straight after neighbours Atletico had prevailed 4-0 at Celta Vigo for their first win...

At least four dead, 50 injured after Spanish train crash

At least four people are dead and 50 injured after a train crash in northern Spain, the deputy mayor of the nearby town of O Porrino told 24Horas television on Friday.

Spain still without government as Rajoy loses vote in parliament

The Spanish Parliament rejected acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's bid Wednesday for a second term in office, deepening the country's political stalemate after nearly nine months without a...