A Spanish ballet dancer has been on a seemingly quixotic mission for years: to create a national ballet in his homeland. As The World's Gerry Hadden reports, he's still at it despite Spain's economic downturn.
Across Europe today, tens of thousands of people took to the streets to protest government spending cuts and rising unemployment. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the World's Gerry Hadden in the Spanish city of Barcelona.
Europe's horsemeat scandal grows by the day, with leaders there now calling for a second emergency food summit. Horsemeat has now been found in frozen lasagnas and other products supposedly containing beef in England, Ireland, France and Sweden.
Spain's Catalonia region went big for independence in this weekend's elections. But, across the border in France, the Catalans are a bit more laid back. While they celebrate their heritage, they consider themselves French first, a Catalonian second.
Thousands of demonstrators are continuing their protest in Spain against the country's economic crisis. With nearly five million people jobless, Spain has the highest unemployment rate in Europe. Gerry Hadden has more.
After nine years of negotiations, the European Union has approved an agreement to share airline passenger information with the United States. Europe has resisted a formal deal for years, citing privacy concerns.
Corruption is rampant in Spain. It's so bad that even when corruption isn't at play, people assume it is. The World's Gerry Hadden tells the tale of a street closure in his own neighborhood in Barcelona.
British punk rocker Joe Strummer made Granada, Spain, a regular stop on his travels and with his band, The Clash. Since inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Granada officials are considering naming a square after the musician.
The World's Gerry Hadden reports that European leaders are proposing tough new pollution standards for cars, but the European Union proposal faces a tough fight because European car makers say the plan would jeopardize their business.