The mayor of Spain's capital Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, and a rising star among the conservative Popular Party has condemned the Spanish Socialist government accusing it of following Argentine Peronism populist policies, underlining that here in Spain people want to be free
Starting in the coming month of April, Aerolineas Argentinas will resume its daily flights between Buenos Aires' Ezeiza airport to the Adolfo Suárez-Barajas terminal in Madrid. The frequency had been interrupted in 2020 due to the COVID-19 crisis.
Argentines fed up with political instability, financial disorder, pandemic restrictions and growing taxes in their country are in increasing numbers moving or thinking about a new residence and have a preference for one of three Ms.
To celebrate the re-launching of the FITUR, International Tourism Fair, held this week in Madrid with the attendance of representatives from 55 countries, United Nations World Tourism Organization, UNWTO united leaders from the public and private sectors to send out a strong message that tourism is ready to return.
Spain has declared a national state of emergency and imposed a night-time curfew in an effort to help control a new spike in Covid-19 infections. Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez said the curfew, between the hours of 23:00 and 06:00, would come into force on Sunday.
Spain's government invoked a state of emergency on Friday to reimpose a partial lockdown for several million people in and around Madrid, one of Europe's worst COVID-19 hotspots after a court had struck down the measures.
Madrid's regional government chief requested the army's help on Monday in fighting the coronavirus surge in the Spanish capital where local authorities ordered a partial lockdown of some poorer districts, prompting protests.
Chanting freedom, hundreds of people rallied on Sunday in Madrid to protest against the mandatory use of facemasks and other restrictions imposed by the Spanish government to contain the coronavirus pandemic.
Madrid has announced that it will suspend classes at all schools and universities across the capital in an attempt to contain the Coronavirus (COVID-19). The measures come into effect this Wednesday 11th March, so parents have at least 24 hours to make alternative arrangements. It will affect well over a million students and one hundred thousand teachers across Madrid.
Opposition parties in Spain are calling on the government to explain why one of its ministers met Venezuela’s vice-president in a secretive encounter onboard a private jet at Madrid airport.