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Europe's heatwave burns on, but eases from record highs

Jun 30 2019

PARIS/MADRID A four-day heatwave across western Europe that killed seven people began to ease slightly on Sunday, as temperature alerts were cut back and wildfires slowly brought under control. | Video

Hotter than Death Valley: Europe burns, sweats in record heat

Jun 30 2019

PARIS/MADRID, June 30 Wildfires burned tracts of land in France and Spain at the weekend as Europe sweltered in record-breaking temperatures that pushed the mercury towards all-time highs on Sunday in Germany, killing at least seven people.

Wildfires and power cuts plague Europeans as heatwave breaks records

Jun 29 2019

PARIS/MADRID Hundreds of firefighters brought wildfires under control in southern France on Saturday as a stifling heatwave brought record-breaking temperatures to parts of Europe, killing at least six people.

Wildfires and power cuts plague Europe as heatwave breaks records

Jun 29 2019

* In Spain, temperatures seen over 43 degrees C for third day

Explainer: Crunch time for Spain as regional, EU elections loom

May 20 2019

MADRID Three weeks after a national election, Spain is still without a government. On Sunday it holds local, regional and European ballots that will go a long way toward establishing the country's political identity for the coming years.

Explainer: Crunch time for Spain as regional, EU elections loom

May 20 2019

MADRID Three weeks after a national election, Spain is still without a government. On Sunday it holds local, regional and European ballots that will go a long way towards establishing the country's political identity for the coming years.

Explainer - Crunch time for Spain as regional, EU elections loom

May 20 2019

MADRID Three weeks after a national election, Spain is still without a government. On Sunday it holds local, regional and European ballots that will go a long way towards establishing the country's political identity for the coming years.

Spanish PM: Catalonia veto of new Senate chief would undermine dialogue

May 15 2019

BARCELONA Acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez warned on Wednesday that the expected rejection by Catalan pro-independence parties of his Catalan nominee for chairman of Spain's Senate would undermine dialogue with the northeastern region.

Catalonia: the crisis at the heart of Spain's election

Apr 25 2019

TOLEDO/BARCELONA, Spain Proudly displaying two Spanish flags he brought to wave at a Vox rally, retired police officer Jose Antonio Corrales Sierra says he will vote for the far-right party in Sunday's election and is ditching the mainstream PP conservatives because of Catalonia.

Catalan leader says Spanish PM might back down on independence vote

Apr 18 2019

MADRID A jailed Catalan separatist leader standing in Spain's national election this month said on Thursday he expected Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez to consider a possible referendum on the region's independence to help secure a second term in office.

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