Ilyas al-Taheri died after security staff strapped him to a bed using practice denounced by rights groups as dangerous.
12 June 2020 GMT+3
La Liga resumed on Thursday while Super Lig will restart on Friday behind closed doors.
8 June 2020 GMT+3
Top court investigates whether ex-monarch Juan Carlos received millions of dollars in kickbacks from Saudi Arabia.
30 May 2020 GMT+3
Measure affecting about 2.3 million people in need guarantees income of maximum $1,126 per family, government says.
3 July 2020 GMT+3
The Spanish Government plans to spend 3 billion euros a year to provide the poorest households with a minimum income.
27 May 2020 GMT+3
Flags across nation to be lowered to half-mast until June 5 to honour more than 27,000 lives lost so far to COVID-19.
While business owners welcomed back local customers, many of them say their shops depend on the tourism industry to survive.
25 May 2020 GMT+3
The world's second-most visited nation closed its doors and beaches in March to contain the coronavirus outbreak.
23 May 2020 GMT+3
Spain prime minister makes dual announcement as anti-gov't demonstrators demand his resignation over lockdown measures.
20 May 2020 GMT+3
From banks to gyms, workplaces are installing fever-testing cameras, mask-detection systems and tracking software.
20 May 2020 GMT+3
Ex-footballer Fred Kanoute, who played for Sevilla, leads effort to provide permanent, formal space for city's Muslims.
19 May 2020 GMT+3
The Spanish government has already released credit lines worth 84.5 billion euros ($92.39bn).
The daily death toll has been below 100 for three consecutive days.
18 May 2020 GMT+3
West Texas Intermediate and Brent crude both settled above $30 a barrel - their highest since March 11.
16 May 2020 GMT+3
Prime minister plans last extension of emergency decree as COVID-19 daily death toll reached a near eight-week low.
11 May 2020 GMT+3
About 40 percent of Spain's small businesses have reopened, says a trade union.
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