The world and Venezuela are anxiously awaiting for Hugo Chavez's first public appearance since fleeing to Cuba for cancer treatment last year. That's why the Spanish paper El Pais decided to run a picture of what they thought was an intubated Chavez.
Discovered: New accelerators lessen environmental impact of physics research; Cato Institute tries to quash climate findings; Lorca earthquake linked to well digging; rice crops speed warming.
A chart from the International Monetary Fund's global financial stability report shows just how dire the need for cash is for Spanish and Italian banks which are poised to receive fresh funds from the European Central Bank.
It's commonly known that it's not really a great time in Greece what with its debt and austerity measures, but don't tell that to 2 percent of Greeks, who think their country's finances are a-OK.
World leaders may have twisted Angela Merkel's arm into submission.
The happy partnership between Germany and France on the European debt crisis turned unmistakably sour this morning.
Officials in Britain have seen what's going on with the rest of the Eurozone, and have cut a deal worth an estimated £80 billion to make sure they don't become the next Spain.
It was designed to ease investor fears but Europe's $125 billion bailout of Spanish banks is already falling short.
Global markets are doing great on Monday morning after Spain agreed to a 100 billion euro bailout package, but it may only be a temporary oasis before reaching Europe's next crisis point.
In a conference call on Saturday, Spain's finance minister indicated they will be asking for a bailout from the other Eurozone countries that could amount to €100 billion.
The euro zone is looking decidedly less stable this morning as Spain's budget minister calls on Europe to shore up its debt-ridden banks—a move Spanish leaders had insisted just a week ago wouldn't be necessary.
Almost one-quarter of all Spanish workers are unemployed right now, with no sign that nation's economy will get better any time soon.
Though it's no Greece, fellow EU member Spain also finds itself in dire economic straits, inspiring one Spanish village to propose growing marijuana for some extra cash.
The latest signal of how the situation in the eurozone's gone from bad to worse: Britain is writing up evacuation plans for expats in Spain and Portugal in case the European currency goes kaput.
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The towering Barcelona basilica could be completed by 2026
A court ordered the quietly dismissed 2008 case against one of the world's richest men to be reopened
Interest rates for some corporations lower than those of the two European nations
Spain booted the diplomats "because the Qadhafi regime has lost all legitimacy"
Germany traced its E. coli outbreak to Spanish cucumbers, then took it back
On a 62% tax rate, Italy's lackluster revolution, and sympathy for John Edwards
Riot police wielding truncheons and firing rubber bullets cleared a two-week-old camp
Economic crisis and massive youth protests take their toll
Protesters in Madrid are using social media and organizing citizen committees
Killing at least 10 and damaging buildings in the small town of Lorca
And it's all the more iconic because we haven't seen bin Laden's corpse
The French are inflamed with liberal zeal, a Spanish op-ed brings up Melville, and more
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