A Spanish nurse has become the first person known to be infected with Ebola outside of West Africa during the current outbreak. Spanish health officials are baffled why their anti-infection procedures failed, but workers at the hospital complained last year that their infection training wasn't good enough.
The government in Spain has declared three days of national mourning, after last night's train derailment in the northwest region of Galicia. Dozens of passengers were killed, many were injured.
Police in Spain arrested 25 members of the Hells Angels motorcycle club on the Spanish resort island of Mallorca. Spanish authorities accuse the club members of drug trafficking, human trafficking, extortion, money laundering and corruption.
Cyprus, like its Mediterranean neighbor Greece, needs a financial bailout. But a plan by the European Union to partially pay for the bailout with a tax of up to 10 percent on customers' bank deposits sparked protests and a run on ATMs in Cyprus.
A member of Spain's royal family is among those having trouble paying the mortgage, but apparently the Duke of Palma doesn't have to worry about losing his home. His bank has given him a four-year reprieve on payments.
A baker in the region around Valencia, Spain, has his own answer to the national economic crisis. He's selling loaves of bread for just 20 euro cents. Other bakers are furious, claiming he's selling below cost to put them out of business.
Armed robbers have made off with a "gigantic" haul of diamonds after a rapid raid at Brussels Airport in Belgium.