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MADRID | Madrid taxis end strike, fail to get tighter rules for Uber

MADRID (AP) — Taxi drivers in Madrid have ended a 16-day strike after failing to force authorities in the Spanish capital to impose tighter restrictions on ride-hailing companies like Uber and Cabify. Fifty-three percent of over 7,000 taxi drivers who voted late Tuesday backed calling off the strike, according to the professional association of taxi … Continue reading MADRID | Madrid taxis end strike, fail to get tighter rules for Uber

AEDAS Homes Launches Live, the First Online Platform to Visit New-build Homes in Real Time

  MADRID/ January 24, 2019 (STL.News) AEDAS Homes, a leading developer in the residential real estate market in Spain, has created Live, the first real-time virtual tour of new-build homes on the internet. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJHhJnAgrcE Live is a project which was designed to make it easier for customers, especially those who reside in other countries, … Continue reading AEDAS Homes Launches Live, the First Online Platform to Visit New-build Homes in Real Time

MADRID | Copa Libertadores saga ends as River Plate wins in Madrid

MADRID— One of the most anticipated matches in South American soccer finally came to a conclusion in Madrid on Sunday, with River Plate celebrating victory over fierce Argentine rival Boca Juniors in the twice-suspended final of the Copa Libertadores. Nearly a month after the first leg was played in Argentina, River came from behind to … Continue reading MADRID | Copa Libertadores saga ends as River Plate wins in Madrid

MADRID | Spain Socialists dealt blow in Andalusia, far-right emerges

MADRID  — Spain’s Socialists won regional elections in the country’s south Sunday, but they lost significant support in the first electoral test for Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez’s party since he took power in June. With 96 percent of the votes counted, the Socialists won just 33 seats in the Andalusia legislature, compared to 47 in … Continue reading MADRID | Spain Socialists dealt blow in Andalusia, far-right emerges

MADRID | Davis Cup organizers downplay criticism from French players

MADRID — Despite renewed complaints from France’s players about the upcoming changes to the Davis Cup, the organizers of the revamped tennis tournament are adamant that everything will soon be better. Javier Alonso, the CEO of the company behind the new competition, spoke to The Associated Press two days after France’s Davis Cup team lashed … Continue reading MADRID | Davis Cup organizers downplay criticism from French players

MADRID | Spanish jury finds Brazilian guilty of killing 4 relatives

MADRID — A jury in Spain has found a Brazilian man guilty of killing his aunt, uncle and two young cousins, after it ruled unanimously that the murders were premeditated. The private Spanish news agency Europa Press reported that the jury on Saturday was not convinced by Patrick Nogueira’s defense that he had stabbed his … Continue reading MADRID | Spanish jury finds Brazilian guilty of killing 4 relatives