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13 May 2019
Madrid defeat 'is a pity' as Zidane pleased with the performance.
16 Feb 2019
The failure to pass a budget vote appears to be the last nail in the coffin of the prime minister's term, marked by bitter confrontation with right-wing parties and Catalan separatists. Santiago Saez reports from Madrid.
6 Jul 2018
Barack Obama meets Spain and Colombia leaders in Madrid.
27 Apr 2018
Bayern Munich is dominating the Bundesliga, but Real Madrid has shown them their limits in the Champions League. Days before they travel to Madrid for the second leg, they face another challenge: a clash with their future coach.
30 Dec 2017
Spain's prime minister says that the new Catalan parliament should hold its maiden session on Jan. 17, the first step in reinstating local government after Madrid fired the old regional administration for illegally declaring independence.
2 Dec 2017
A judge in Madrid will give his ruling on Monday as to whether eight pro-independence Catalan politicians and two activists charged with sedition should be released from custody.
3 Nov 2017
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho tells journalists he has already paid what he owed, after appearing in a Madrid court over tax fraud charges.
27 Oct 2017
Senators in Madrid are expected to pass legislation today to seize control of everything from the insurgent region's budget to its police force and state-run media.
20 Oct 2017
Madrid has announced it will trigger a constitutional measure on Saturday allowing it to take direct control of Catalonia's governance after the autonomous region's leader ignored a Thursday deadline to rescind his ambiguous declaration of independence made last week.
9 Oct 2017
Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont tells local media that Madrid has refused to discuss independence with the region.
30 Sep 2017
Demonstrators gather outside Madrid's City Hall rallying against a planned independence referendum in Catalonia.
23 Sep 2017
Costa arrives in Madrid ahead of Atletico move.

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