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Number of migrants arriving in Spain soars

The number of migrants arriving in Spain so far this year has soared more than 88 percent from the same period in 2016, Interior Minister Juan Ignacio Zoido said Tuesday.

Battle for control of Barcelona overshadows Juventus reunion

A 5-0 derby win, an assist for 105 million euro ($126 million) purchase Ousmane Dembele on his debut and a four-point La Liga lead over Real Madrid ought to have brought some semblance of relief to Barcelona's beleaguered board.

Froome loses ground after Vuelta crash

Chris Froome saw his Vuelta a Espana lead cut to 59 seconds over Vincenzo Nibali after suffering a mechanical problem and crashing towards the end of Thursday's 12th stage.

Enigmatic Alonso considering rival team offers

A frustrated Fernando Alonso claimed on Sunday that he is considering offers from rival teams after another Honda power failure saw him retire his McLaren at the Belgian Grand Prix.

Dominant Froome climbs to Vuelta stage 9 win

Chris Froome took another huge step towards a historic Tour de France-Vuelta a Espana double by claiming stage nine of the Vuelta on Sunday to extend his race lead.

Barcelona seeking 8.5m euros from Neymar over contract breach

Barcelona are seeking at least 8.5 million euros ($10 million) in compensation from Neymar for breach of contract, the club said on Tuesday as the bitter fallout rumbles on from his world record 222 million-euro move to Paris Saint-Germain.

Nadal back as number one

Rafael Nadal was confirmed as the world number one for the first time in three years in the latest ATP rankings released on Monday.

Spain mourns attack victims as probe zeroes in on imam

Grief-stricken Barcelona paid homage Sunday to victims of two terror assaults at a mass in the city's Sagrada Familia church, as investigators turned their focus to a missing Moroccan imam believed to have radicalised the young attackers.

Spain hunts suspect over Barcelona carnage

Spanish police expanded a manhunt Saturday for a Moroccan national believed to be one of the perpetrators of twin terror attacks in Barcelona and another seaside resort that killed 14 and wounded around 100.

Spain twin vehicle attacks: What we know

At least 14 people were killed and more than 100 others injured after drivers slammed into pedestrians in two quick-succession, separate attacks on Barcelona's most popular street and in another busy Spanish seaside town.

Search for loved ones after Spain's twin attacks

«Missing in Barcelona,» reads a Facebook message posted by Tony Cadman, asking users to share a picture of his seven-year-old grandson who disappeared after a van ploughed into crowds in the Spanish seaside city.

Las Ramblas boulevard, Barcelona's historic promenade

Las Ramblas, the site of a deadly terror attack Thursday, is a key boulevard in Barcelona, a promenade which is popular with tourists and where the city traditionally celebrates the Barca football club's victories.

Barcelona attack: What we know

A driver deliberately rammed a van into pedestrians on one of Barcelona's most popular boulevards on Thursday, killing 13 people in what Spanish police called a «terrorist attack».

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Real Madrid fans celebrate the Champions League victory

Cardiff at the «Millenium Stadium» and at the Bernabeu in Madrid exploded for the conquest of the Cup for the second consecutive year. The Galacticos won the championship title of Europe and the crowd invaded the streets of Madrid.

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