The 29-year-old accountant was found handcuffed and shot Saturday afternoon in a wooded area near the Basque city of San Sebastian.
Col. Juan Alberto Perote ran the clandestine operations section of the government’s spy agency in the mid-1980s.
Shepherds herded sheep through downtown Madrid to draw attention to efforts to safeguard the country’s historic livestock byways.
Floods ripped through the Virgen de Las Nieves camp site near the town of Biescas, Spain, 15 miles from the French border.
Wolfgang Koszics was detained as he drove near the southeastern Spanish city of Murcia on Sunday.
Monic Seles plays her first match in Europe since being stabbed in the back by a German spectator in Hamburg three years ago.
The FBI’s 19-month Operation Lightning Strike was supposed to uncover widespread kickbacks and other corrupt practices at the Johnson Manned Space Flight Center in Houston.
Companies, banks and everyday people must struggle with government austerity and short-term interest rates topping 50 percent.
A New York jury convicts the businesswoman known as the ‘domestic diva’ for lying to federal investigators.
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