People in Madrid take their leisure time activities seriously. Katherine Ferrer tells us what they usually do on days off.
Real Madrid and Atletico fans in Madrid are excited as Portugal prepares to host its second Champions League final. Katherine Ferrer reports
European elections in the EU 28-member states are underway from May 22-25 The EU voters are to elect the 751 members of the new European Parliament who will be serving the next five years. They represent EU’s more than 500 million inhabitans. MALOU FRANCISCO REPORTS
Russian military units conducted drills on the ground and in the air near the Ukrainian border.
In an attack by Pro-Russian loyalists, 17 Ukrainian soldiers were killed and 3 were injured as the Ukrainian prime minister accused Russia of making the crisis worse.
American actress Julianne Moore took over Cannes on the second night of the film festival when she attended not only the red carpet for ‘Mr. Turner’ but also the Calvin Klein sponsored ‘Women in Film’ event and L’Oreal’s celebration of the 65th anniversary of French distributor Unifrance. Angela Odulio reports
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius meets his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in Beijing as part of celebrations of 50 years of diplomatic relations. Angela Odulio reports.
People in Serbia and Bosnia are struggling to deal with the record floods which have inundated vast areas and cut power supplies. There is increasing concern about health problems because of contaminated water. Flooding and landslides are the major problems being tackled by rescue teams and volunteers as the Balkans struggle with the consequences of in more than a century. Serbia’s capital Belgrade is preparing for a river water surge that has threatened to inundate the […]
More than a hundred people storm the fence between Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Melilla,, in the latest attempt by migrants to breach the border. Katherine Ferrer reports from Madrid, Spain
A war of words erupted between the United States and Russia over Ukraine. Here are the latest developments.
$20 million dollar Lost Faberge Egg can be seen in London after more than a decade of not seeing this. This was commissioned by the Russian Emperor Alexander III as a present to his wife on 1887 but was taken during Russian Revolution on 1917 and was found nowhere in United States. Faberge Egg was bought by the unknown man for $14,000 and decided to exhibit it for 4 days in a small exhibit in […]
MADRID Tue Mar 25, 2014 3:59pm EDT (Reuters) – Spain’s Constitutional Court on Tuesday partially struck down a sovereignty claim approved by lawmakers last year in the northern region of Catalonia, a vital step toward a referendum on full independence, court papers showed. In January 2013, Catalonia’s regional parliament unanimously adopted a declaration of self-determination saying the people had the right to vote on breaking away from the rest of Spain. The Madrid court declared […]