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  • Spain's Telefonica in talks to exit Telecom Italia: report

    (Reuters) - Spain's Telefonica SA is in talks to sell its stake in Telecom Italia in a move that could ease regulatory pressure in Brazil's wireless market, Brazilian newspaper Folha de S.Paulo reported on Friday. Telefonica is negotiating a deal with...
  • Cicero re-creates Pamplona bull stampede

    Cicero re-creates Pamplona bull stampede
    Eighteen 1,500-pound bulls, 90,000 tomatoes and a daylong food and music festival: Thrill-seekers don’t need to travel any farther than Hawthorne Race Course to get a near-Pamplona, Spain, experience. More than 3,000 people are registered for a...
  • The Great Bull Run: Why do people do it?

    The Great Bull Run: Why do people do it?
    There is a possibility of death, and of being trampled by a herd of bulls or a crowd of people. Then there's the adrenaline rush of running alongside 1,500-pound animals roaring past you at 35 mph. Running of the Bulls enthusiasts have walked that...
  • Faltering Germany casts cloud over fragile euro zone

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Germany's faltering economy has cast further doubt over the euro zone's prospects for recovery this year, with no other big country strong enough to pick up the slack. Since late last year, the 18 countries using the euro have been...
  • Hard work still ahead for Tour leader Nibali

    ARRAS France (Reuters) - The Tour de France has not even reached the mountains and Vincenzo Nibali has already built a sizeable advantage over his main rivals, yet hard work still lies ahead if the Italian is going to complete his collection of grand tour...
  • Catalan language revival fuels backlash in Spain

    CORNELLA DE LLOBREGAT Spain (Reuters) - Francesca Munoz, the principal at Sant Miquel primary school near Barcelona, is fighting a linguistic crusade that has fueled a remarkable recovery of the local Catalan tongue – and of the region's...
  • 'Buffalo' Bill Hillmann, author of bull-run guide, gored at Pamplona

    For the bulls, he was perhaps the most tantalizing of targets. "Buffalo" Bill Hillmann is considered the best young bull runner from the United States. He travels to Spain from his Chicago home every summer for the famous running of the bulls in...
  • Defending Tour De France Champ Froome Quits Race After Crashes

    — Chaos and carnage rained down on the Tour de France Wednesday as defending champion Chris Froome crashed out of the race on stage five and Vincenzo Nibali seized overall control. On a miserable, wet day in northern France, Froome did not even...
  • U.S. author, Spaniard gored in Spain's San Fermin bull run

    PAMPLONA Spain (Reuters) - An American who co-wrote a book called "Fiesta: How To Survive The Bulls Of Pamplona" was badly gored on Wednesday in the morning bull run at Pamplona's San Fermin festival. A Spanish man was also gored in the "encierro",...
  • Soccer - It's only a game! World Cup keeps fans laughing

    By Andrew Cawthorne BELO HORIZONTE, Brazil, July 3 (Reuters) - What's the difference between a tea-bag and the England football team? The tea-bag stays in a cup longer! Heard what Spain's coach Vicente Del Bosque said to his charges after two shock...
  • Spain's Toledo is a jewel frozen in time

    Spain's Toledo is a jewel frozen in time
    You can drive around Toledo, Spain, on a pretty ring road across a canyon that allows you to study this elegant hilltop city like fine sculpture on a pedestal. And that's where Toledo belongs for many reasons. It's a stunning fortress almost...