José Luis Zapatero

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Brazil: warning Bolsonaro may be planning military coup amid rallies
Former world leaders and public figures say nationwide marches are modelled on US Capitol insurrection

Patrick Wintour Diplomatic editor

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Leaders from 2008 crisis call for G20 emergency summit on coronavirus
Veterans of crash say collective response needed to economic threat from virus and oil prices

Patrick Wintour Diplomatic editor

11, Mar, 2020 @12:33 PM

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Spanish Socialists' week of turmoil not just down to Pedro Sánchez
PSOE is consumed by ‘Corbynisation’ as its leader is blamed for Spain’s political stalemate, but analysts say decline did not start with him

Sam Jones in Madrid

30, Sep, 2016 @3:39 PM

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Barack Obama's election 2012 win: the world reacts

Countries around the globe have welcomed the re-election of the US president. But there are some notable exceptions

Tania Branigan in Beijing, Howard Amos in Moscow, Saeed Kamali Dehghan, Emma Graham-Harrisson in Kabul, Jason Burke in New Delhi, Martin Chulov in Beirut, David Smith in Pretoria and Angelique Chrisafis in Paris and Jonathan Watts, Latin America correspondent

07, Nov, 2012 @4:22 PM

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Spain's debt crisis worsens as country begins month of post-election limbo
Prime minister elect Mariano Rajoy powerless to calm markets until lengthy transition period is over

Giles Tremlett in Madrid

21, Nov, 2011 @4:56 PM

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Spain election: People's party sweeps to crushing victory over Socialists

Mariano Rajoy gains absolute majority with 16 percentage point win over José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero's Socialists

Giles Tremlett in Madrid

20, Nov, 2011 @11:40 PM

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Spain's prime minister pleads for help from EU and ECB as yields climb
Central bank steps in late in the day to buy up Spanish debt as borrowing costs climb to near 7%

Giles Tremlett in Madrid

17, Nov, 2011 @6:51 PM

Spain: victims of hard times | Editorial
Editorial: Spain is so fed up with its government that the only question appears to be the margin of Mariano Rajoy's victory


06, Nov, 2011 @10:23 PM

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Spain unlikely to meet deficit target
Alarm bells are sounded over the country's borrowing needs, with the chance of the public deficit being reduced from 9% to 6% – key to the government's credibility in the markets – said to be slim

Giles Tremlett, Madrid

10, Oct, 2011 @5:15 PM

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Spain endures unemployment woes as jobless total hits 4.2 million
Spain experiences worst September increase in registered unemployed in 15 years

Giles Tremlett in Madrid

04, Oct, 2011 @5:08 PM

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As Spain may discover, you can't run a country like a family tightening its belt | Miguel-Anxo Murado

Miguel-Anxo Murado: A 'zero deficit' constitutional rule won't help our fiscal problems, but it will mean a commitment not to pursue a social democracy

Miguel-Anxo Murado

02, Sep, 2011 @12:59 PM

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Spain changes constitution to cap budget deficit
Spain's socialist government and opposition People's party agree on constitutional limit to public deficit

Giles Tremlett in Madrid

26, Aug, 2011 @6:43 PM

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