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Spain Opens Borders to All Vaccinated Travellers

Spain opens its borders to vaccinated travellers from all over the world on Monday, hoping an influx of visitors will revitalise its all-important tourism sector which has been battered by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Migrants Mass at Spain-Morocco Border as Europe Says 'Won't Be Intimidated'

A steady stream of migrants tried to swim to the Spanish enclave of Ceuta Wednesday, after a record influx of arrivals sent diplomatic tensions soaring between Madrid and Rabat.   

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Migrants Flock into Spanish Africa Enclave in Record Numbers

A stream of migrants crossed the border from Morocco to Spain's North African enclave of Ceuta unimpeded early Tuesday, adding to what Spanish officials say is an unprecedented influx at a time of high tension between Madrid and Rabat.

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Spanish Govt Will Confront any Form of Violence, Says PM

Spain's government will confront all forms of violence, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said Friday following the third night of violent protests over the jailing of a rapper for controversial tweets.

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Police Arrest Dozens in Second Night of Spain Rapper Protests

Spanish police arrested some 50 people overnight following a second night of clashes over the jailing of a rapper for a string of tweets insulting police and the monarchy.

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Snowstorm Chaos Hits Spain, with More Forecast

A day after snowstorms caused chaos across much of Spain, forecasters warned there was more to come on Saturday as five regions were put under red alert.

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Spain Calls on Morocco to Explain Comments on Disputed Enclaves

Spain has summoned the Moroccan ambassador to explain comments by its prime minister over the Spanish north African enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla, which are claimed by Rabat.

The spat comes at a sensitive time in relations between the two countries, in particular over the Western Sahara region, a former Spanish colony claimed by Morocco.

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Spain to Start Virus Vaccinations Dec 27

Spain will start immunising people against the coronavirus on December 27, a day after it receives the first doses of a vaccine, Health Minister Salvador Illa said on Friday.

The announcement comes a day after European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen announced that the EU would start Covid-19 jabs between December 27 and 29, saying it was "Europe's moment" in the battle against the virus.

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Two Dead as Fire Ravages Spanish Warehouse Housing Migrants

A fire ripped through a warehouse occupied by migrants near Barcelona killing at least two people and injuring 19, including several who jumped from the building to escape the flames, Spanish officials said Thursday.

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Spain's Banco Santander Returns to Profit

Spanish banking giant Banco Santander said Tuesday it had returned to profit in the third quarter after massive losses in the second of 11 billion euros due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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