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B. 2015-06-12 Princess Cristina loses title amid fraud inquiry Madrid
2015-01-31 Podemos holds Madrid mass 'March for Change'
D. 2014-11-26 Spain minister resigns over scandal Madrid
E. 2014-11-20 Spain's richest duchess dies aged 88 Seville, Spain
F. 2014-11-09 Catalonia vote: 80% back independence Catalonia, Barcelona
G. 2014-11-08 Catalonia holds disputed vote on independence Catalonia, Barcelona
7. 2014-10-08 Ebola virus: Spanish protests as nurse's dog is put down Madrid
8. 2014-10-06 Spain investigates Ebola infection
J. 2014-09-27 Catalonia president signs independence referendum decree Catalonia, Barcelona

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01/31 Podemos holds Madrid mass 'March for Change'
Crime
2015 2015
Crime
Business
2015 2015
Business
2014
10/08 Ebola virus: Spanish protests as nurse's dog i...
10/06 Spain investigates Ebola infection
06/02 King Juan Carlos of Spain abdicates
06/02 Spain cabinet to discuss abdication
02/08 Spanish princess quizzed in court
03/29 Spanish journalists freed in Syria
02/08 Spanish princess quizzed in court
Business
2014 2014
Business
2013
07/28 Spain funeral Mass for crash victims
Crime
2013 2013
Crime
Business
2013 2013
Business
2012
11/25 Poll win for Catalan nationalists
07/11 Spain unveils sweeping budget cuts
06/10 Spain PM: 'Credibility of euro' is saved
06/09 Spanish bank bailout request welcomed
06/08 Spain bailout talks 'imminent'
Crime
2012 2012
Crime
06/10 Spain PM: 'Credibility of euro' is saved
06/09 Spanish bank bailout request welcomed
06/08 Spain bailout talks 'imminent'
05/16 Spain set to pay more on bonds
2011
11/20 Spain conservatives win election
10/13 S&P lowers Spain's credit rating
05/20 Spain protesters defy rally ban
Crime
2011 2011
Crime
10/13 S&P lowers Spain's credit rating
2010
11/07 Pope consecrates Gaudi's Sagrada Familia
07/28 Catalonia bans bullfighting
07/12 Seven freed dissidents leave for Spain
06/07 Public sector to strike against austerity
Crime
2010 2010
Crime
06/07 Public sector to strike against austerity
05/11 Spain to unveil deep budget cuts
2009
10/17 Big anti-abortion rally
06/07 Gabon President Omar Bongo 'is dead'
03/01 Mixed results in elections
Crime
2009 2009
Crime
Business
2009 2009
Business
2008
08/21 Spain mourns air disaster victims
05/30 Europe fuel protests spread wider
03/10 PM seeks support after election
03/09 Socialists claim victory
Crime
2008 2008
Crime
05/30 Europe fuel protests spread wider
2007
10/04 Police seize Basque leaders
10/04 Police seize Basque leaders
Business
2007 2007
Business
2006
07/04 3 days of mourning for crash
05/21 Spain 'ready to begin Eta talks'
03/22 PM cautious on Eta truce
Crime
2006 2006
Crime
Business
2006 2006
Business
2005
11/15 'Secret CIA flights' probed
10/23 Obasanjo's wife dies in hospital
04/19 640 years for Argentine
02/20 Voters back EU constitution
04/19 640 years for Argentine
Business
2005 2005
Business
2004
04/18 Spain PM orders Iraq troops home
03/24 Madrid mourns bombing victims
03/23 Leaders gather for Madrid funeral
03/17 Zapatero rejects Bush Iraq call
03/15 PM-elect: Troops out of Iraq
03/14 Poll triumph for Socialists
03/11 PM vows to catch bombers
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2004 2004
Crime
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2004 2004
Business
2003
09/05 Al-Jazeera reporter arrested
09/05 Al-Jazeera reporter arrested
Business
2003 2003
Business
2002
08/26 Party banned over ETA link
Crime
2002 2002
Crime
Business
2002 2002
Business
2001
11/03 Arafat and Peres hold meeting
06/12 Bush begins Europe trip
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2001 2001
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year 2014 Top ^

Nov.26
Nov.20
Nov.9
Nov.8  Catalonia holds disputed vote on independence
Oct.8
Oct.6
Sep.27  Catalonia president signs independence referendum decree
Jun.19  King Felipe calls for 'new Spain'
Jun.18  Felipe takes over as Spanish king
Jun.2
  Madrid: King Juan Carlos of Spain has announced his intention to abdicate, after nearly 40 years on the throne.    His son, Crown Prince Felipe,...
Mar.29 Spanish journalists freed in Syria. Northern Syria Mar.23  Spain's ex-PM Adolfo Suarez dies Mar.22  Spain austerity rally turns violent Feb.12  Spain to pass bill banning abortion Feb.10  Spanish judge issues arrest warrants for former Chinese leaders Feb.8 Spanish princess quizzed in court Jan.11  Huge march over Eta prisoners Jan.7  Preliminary charges again filed against Spain's Princess Cristina

year 2013 Top ^

Sep.11  Catalans planning 250-mile human chain Jul.28 Spain funeral Mass for crash victims
Jul.25  King Juan Carlos visits injured train survivors Jul.15  Spanish PM rejects resignation calls

year 2012 Top ^

Nov.25 Poll win for Catalan nationalists
. Barcelona Jul.11 Spain unveils sweeping budget cuts Jun.10 Spain PM: 'Credibility of euro' is saved Jun.9   Spanish bank bailout request welcomed   Spain's decision to request a loan of up to 100bn euros from eurozone funds to help shore up its struggling banks has won broad support Jun.8 Spain bailout talks 'imminent' May.16  Spain set to pay more on bonds May.12  Spain activists mark protest year

year 2011 Top ^

Nov.20 Spain conservatives win election
Oct.13 S&P lowers Spain's credit rating May.20 Spain protesters defy rally ban. Madrid

year 2010 Top ^

Nov.7 Pope consecrates Gaudi's Sagrada Familia
. Barcelona Jul.28 Catalonia bans bullfighting. Barcelona Jul.12  Seven freed dissidents leave for Spain Jun.7  Public sector to strike against austerity May.11  Spain to unveil deep budget cuts

year 2009 Top ^

Oct.17 Big anti-abortion rally
. Madrid Jun.7  Gabon President Omar Bongo 'is dead' Mar.1  Mixed results in elections

year 2008 Top ^

Aug.21 Spain mourns air disaster victims
. Madrid May.30  Europe fuel protests spread wider Mar.10  PM seeks support after election Mar.9   Socialists claim victory  Zapatero's Socialists had 44%, followed by Mariano Rajoy's conservative Partido Popular with 40%. Turnout was put at 75%  Spain votes in national elections

year 2007 Top ^

Nov.9  Chad frees Spaniards in 'kidnap' plot Oct.4  Police seize Basque leaders

year 2006 Top ^

Jul.4  3 days of mourning for crash May.21  Spain 'ready to begin Eta talks' Mar.22  PM cautious on Eta truce

year 2005 Top ^

Nov.15   'Secret CIA flights' probed  There are claims that CIA planes carrying terror suspects made secret stopovers on Spanish soil Oct.23  Obasanjo's wife dies in hospital Apr.19  640 years for Argentine Mar.11  Madrid remembers train bombings Feb.20 Voters back EU constitution


year 2004 Top ^

Apr.18   Spain PM orders Iraq troops home  New prime minister Zapatero has given orders for Spanish troops to be brought home in 'as short a time as possible' Mar.24 Madrid mourns bombing victims
Mar.23  Leaders gather for Madrid funeral Mar.17  Zapatero rejects Bush Iraq call Mar.15  EU calls emergency terror talks PM-elect: Troops out of Iraq Mar.14  New PM Zapatero vows to fight terror     Poll triumph for Socialists  In a rebuff to the ruling conservative Popular Party, Socialist Workers Party to win 164 seats in the 350-seat parliament Mar.11 PM vows to catch bombers

year 2003 Top ^

Nov.2  Heir to throne will wed TV anchorwoman Sep.5 Al-Jazeera reporter arrested
May.3  Pope visits Spain, calls for peace Mar.14  U.S., Britain, Spain plan Iraq summit

year 2002 Top ^

Aug.27  Clashes follow Batasuna party ban Aug.26 Party banned over ETA link
. Basque Aug.6  Basque party to be outlawed Mar.16  EU summit agrees key reforms

year 2001 Top ^

Nov.3  Arafat and Peres hold meeting Jul.10  Rally against ETA after car bomb Jun.12  Bush begins Europe trip May.13  Basques Nationalists win poll
before year 2000
Feb. 12, 1818 Independence of Chile proclaimed
  The War of Independence was an armed conflict between pro-independence criollos seeking independence from Spain and royalist criollos Nov. 7, 1783 Last public burning by the Spanish Inquisition
   Apr. 11, 1713   Peace of Utrect ending War of Spanish Succession Map of Utrecht Denmark
   Denmark: The Treaty of Utrecht is a series of individual peace treaties, signed by the belligerents in the War of the Spanish Succession
Dec. 19, 1683   King Philip V of Spain born Map of Palace of Versailles France  Paris: King of Spain from 1 November 1700 to 15 January 1724, when he abdicated in favour of his son Louis Dec. 1, 1640   Portugal separates from Spain Map of Lisbon Portugal
  The Portuguese Restoration War was the war between Portugal and Spain that began with the Portuguese revolution and ended with the Treaty of Lisbon
Apr. 23, 1616 Cervantes died Map of Madrid  Madrid: His major work, Don Quixote, considered to be the first modern European novel, regarded amongst the best works of fiction ever written Apr. 3, 1559 Peace of Cateau-Cambresis ending Habsburg-Valois Wars Map of Le Cateau-Cambr%E9sis France  France: Signed between Henry II of France and Philip II of Spain. France restored Piedmont and Savoy to the Duke of Savoy, and Corsica to the Republic of Genoa Jan. 16, 1556   Emperor Charles V abdicates  He voluntary abdicated in favor of his younger brother Ferdinand I as Holy Roman Emperor and his son Philip II as King of Spain Dec. 22, 1552   St. Francis Xavier died   Southern China: Francisco de Jasso y Azpilicueta was a Basque Roman Catholic missionary born in Kingdom of Navarre, and a co-founder of the Society of Jesus Aug. 3, 1529 Treaty of Cambrai   France: The agreement is ending one phase of the wars between Francis I of France and the Habsburg Holy Roman emperor Charles V Oct. 15, 1522   Hernan Cortes named governor of New Spain   Mexico: King Charles appointed CortÚs as governor, captain general and chief justice of the conquered territory, dubbed 'New Spain of the Ocean Sea' Apr. 7, 1506     St. Francis Xavier born   A Basque Roman Catholic missionary born in Xavier, Kingdom of Navarre (now part of Spain), and a co-founder of the Society of Jesus Jun. 7, 1494   Treaty of Tordesillas (Spain and Portugal divide New World) Map of Tordesillas Spain
  Divided the newly discovered lands outside Europe between Portugal and Castile along a meridian 370 leagues west of the Cape Verde islands
Dec. 24, 1491   St. Ignatius Loyola born   Basque: A knight from a local Basque noble family who founded the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) and, on 19 April 1541, became its first Superior General Jan. 19, 1469   Union of Aragon and Castile Map of Madrid
  Madrid: The marriage of Isabella I of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon had united under one Royal House two of the greatest of these kingdoms
Apr. 22, 1451 Queen Isabella of Spain born   Isabella I was Queen of Castille. She was married to Ferdinand II of Aragon. Their marriage became the basis for the political unification of...


Catalonia vote: 80% back independence. Barcelona Poll win for Catalan nationalists. Barcelona Spain conservatives win election Socialists claim victory  Zapatero's Socialists had 44%, followed by Mariano Rajoy's conservative Partido Popular with 40%. Turnout was put at 75% Voters back EU constitution   Poll triumph for Socialists  In a rebuff to the ruling conservative Popular Party, Socialist Workers Party to win 164 seats in the 350-seat parliament Spain cabinet to discuss abdication. Madrid Spain unveils sweeping budget cuts Spain PM: 'Credibility of euro' is saved   Spanish bank bailout request welcomed   Spain's decision to request a loan of up to 100bn euros from eurozone funds to help shore up its struggling banks has won broad support S&P lowers Spain's credit rating   Spain PM orders Iraq troops home  New prime minister Zapatero has given orders for Spanish troops to be brought home in 'as short a time as possible' PM-elect: Troops out of Iraq Pope consecrates Gaudi's Sagrada Familia. Barcelona Last public burning by the Spanish Inquisition   St. Francis Xavier died   Southern China: Francisco de Jasso y Azpilicueta was a Basque Roman Catholic missionary born in Kingdom of Navarre, and a co-founder of the Society of Jesus   St. Francis Xavier born   A Basque Roman Catholic missionary born in Xavier, Kingdom of Navarre (now part of Spain), and a co-founder of the Society of Jesus St. Ignatius Loyola born   Basque: A knight from a local Basque noble family who founded the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) and, on 19 April 1541, became its first Superior General Catalonia bans bullfighting. Barcelona Party banned over ETA link. Basque Spanish journalists freed in Syria. Northern Syria Al-Jazeera reporter arrested Spain investigates Ebola infection. Madrid 'Secret CIA flights' probed  There are claims that CIA planes carrying terror suspects made secret stopovers on Spanish soil   Peace of Utrect ending War of Spanish Succession Map of Utrecht Denmark




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   Denmark: The Treaty of Utrecht is a series of individual peace treaties, signed by the belligerents in the War of the Spanish Succession
1866 Apr. 3, 1559 Peace of Cateau-Cambresis ending Habsburg-Valois Wars Map of Le Cateau-Cambr%E9sis France  France: Signed between Henry II of France and Philip II of Spain. France restored Piedmont and Savoy to the Duke of Savoy, and Corsica to the Republic of Genoa 1863 Aug. 3, 1529 Treaty of Cambrai   France: The agreement is ending one phase of the wars between Francis I of France and the Habsburg Holy Roman emperor Charles V 1860 Jun. 7, 1494 Treaty of Tordesillas (Spain and Portugal divide New World) Map of Tordesillas Spain
  Divided the newly discovered lands outside Europe between Portugal and Castile along a meridian 370 leagues west of the Cape Verde islands
1857 Jan. 19, 1469 Union of Aragon and Castile Map of Madrid
  Madrid: The marriage of Isabella I of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon had united under one Royal House two of the greatest of these kingdoms




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2004 Mar.23  Leaders gather for Madrid funeral 2003 Mar.14  U.S., Britain, Spain plan Iraq summit 2001 Nov.3  Arafat and Peres hold meeting Jun.12  Bush begins Europe trip



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2010 Jul.12  Seven freed dissidents leave for Spain 2005 Apr.19  640 years for Argentine



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2012 Jun.8 Spain bailout talks 'imminent'
2006 May.21  Spain 'ready to begin Eta talks' 2004 Mar.15  EU calls emergency terror talks



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2015 Jun.12 Princess Cristina loses title amid fraud inquiry
. Madrid 2014 Jun.19  King Felipe calls for 'new Spain' Jun.18  Felipe takes over as Spanish king Jun.2 King Juan Carlos of Spain abdicates Map of Madrid
  Madrid: King Juan Carlos of Spain has announced his intention to abdicate, after nearly 40 years on the throne.    His son, Crown Prince Felipe,...
Feb.8 Spanish princess quizzed in court Jan.7  Preliminary charges again filed against Spain's Princess Cristina 2013 Jul.25  King Juan Carlos visits injured train survivors 2003 Nov.2  Heir to throne will wed TV anchorwoman 1879 Dec. 19, 1683 King Philip V of Spain born Map of Palace of Versailles France  Paris: King of Spain from 1 November 1700 to 15 January 1724, when he abdicated in favour of his son Louis 1866 Jan. 16, 1556 Emperor Charles V abdicates  He voluntary abdicated in favor of his younger brother Ferdinand I as Holy Roman Emperor and his son Philip II as King of Spain 1856 Apr. 22, 1451 Queen Isabella of Spain born   Isabella I was Queen of Castille. She was married to Ferdinand II of Aragon. Their marriage became the basis for the political unification of...



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2014 Nov.26 Spain minister resigns over scandal
. Madrid Feb.10  Spanish judge issues arrest warrants for former Chinese leaders 2013 Jul.15  Spanish PM rejects resignation calls 2004 Mar.14  New PM Zapatero vows to fight terror 1863 Oct. 15, 1522 Hernan Cortes named governor of New Spain   Mexico: King Charles appointed CortÚs as governor, captain general and chief justice of the conquered territory, dubbed 'New Spain of the Ocean Sea'



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2015 Jan.31 Podemos holds Madrid mass 'March for Change'   Tens of thousands of people have massed in central Madrid for a rally organised by radical Spanish leftists Podemos 2014 Oct.8 Ebola virus: Spanish protests as nurse's dog is put down
. Madrid Mar.22  Spain austerity rally turns violent Jan.11  Huge march over Eta prisoners 2013 Sep.11  Catalans planning 250-mile human chain 2012 May.12  Spain activists mark protest year 2011 May.20 Spain protesters defy rally ban. Madrid 2009 Oct.17 Big anti-abortion rally. Madrid 2008 May.30  Europe fuel protests spread wider 2002 Aug.27  Clashes follow Batasuna party ban 2001 Jul.10  Rally against ETA after car bomb



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2002 Mar.16  EU summit agrees key reforms



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2014 Feb.12  Spain to pass bill banning abortion



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2014 Nov.20 Spain's richest duchess dies aged 88
Mar.23  Spain's ex-PM Adolfo Suarez dies 2013 Jul.28 Spain funeral Mass for crash victims 2009 Jun.7  Gabon President Omar Bongo 'is dead' 2008 Aug.21 Spain mourns air disaster victims. Madrid 2006 Jul.4  3 days of mourning for crash 2005 Oct.23  Obasanjo's wife dies in hospital 2004 Mar.24 Madrid mourns bombing victims 1872 Apr. 23, 1616 Cervantes died Map of Madrid  Madrid: His major work, Don Quixote, considered to be the first modern European novel, regarded amongst the best works of fiction ever written