Nurse with Ebola to receive ZMab

Nurse with Ebola to receive ZMab

Updated: Spanish nursing assistant Teresa Romero, currently in a critical but stable condition after being infected with Ebola, is to undergo treatment with the experimental medication ZMab, officials have confirmed.

Slovakia down Spain 2-1 in famous victory

Slovakia down Spain 2-1 in famous victory

Former Chelsea midfielder Miroslav Stoch struck three minutes from time as Slovakia stunned defending champions Spain 2-1 in a Euro 2016 qualifier in Zilina on Thursday.

16.8 million Spaniards breathe polluted air

16.8 million Spaniards breathe polluted air

Thirty-six percent of the Spanish population is exposed to unhealthy air pollution levels above EU safety limits, a new study by the World Health Organization has found.

Spanish house prices notch up slight rise

Spanish house prices notch up slight rise

House prices in Spain rose very slightly in Spain in the second quarter of 2014 but the increase was below European Union averages and far behind the surges seen in countries like Ireland and the UK, new EU figures show.

Spanish nationalist strips to back ‘silent majority’

Spanish nationalist strips to back ‘silent majority’

A member of the youth division of Spain's ruling Popular Party has posted a naked picture of herself on Twitter to gather support for a protest against Catalan independence due to be held in Barcelona on Sunday.

Bronze Age ‘town hall’ in Spain Europe’s oldest

Bronze Age ‘town hall’ in Spain Europe’s oldest

Archaeologists in southern Spain believe they have found Europe's oldest government building, a 4,000-year-old parliament where political decisions were made during the Bronze Age.

Europe blasts Spain over torture record

Europe blasts Spain over torture record

The European Court of Human Rights has slammed Spain for failing to properly investigate claims of police torture of prisoners, imposing stiff fines and telling the country to do more to protect the human rights of people in detention.

‘Oil-stained’ Cañete gets EU climate action job

‘Oil-stained’ Cañete gets EU climate action job

After a long and sometimes brutal campaign, controversial Spanish MEP Miguel Arias Cañete has been confirmed as the European Commission's new Climate Action and Energy Commissioner.

Anger as dog of nurse with Ebola put down

Anger as dog of nurse with Ebola put down

The dog of a Spanish nurse infected with Ebola in Madrid was put down on Wednesday by health authorities who feared it could spread the deadly disease, despite a campaign to spare him by animal rights activists.

Three new patients isolated over Ebola fears

Three new patients isolated over Ebola fears

Three more health workers in Spain have been admitted to hospital for monitoring for Ebola on Wednesday night, including two doctors who had contact with a nurse who has been infected with the disease.