Spain earthquake: Two earthquakes that hit Lorca, Spain, Wednesday evening killed at least 9 people and injured hundreds. Thousands have been left homeless.
Oil prices: The Libyan rebellion already has all but shut down exports from the oil-rich nation, and traders say it's hard to gauge how much world supplies will be affected as similar uprisings continue to unfold in North Africa and the Middle East.
A political party with ties to the Basque separatist group ETA is seeking official recognition in order to field political candidates in upcoming elections.
Spain's Basque separatist ETA has promised a cease-fire. But it comes with conditions and the government appears to have rejected the offer.
Spain's Basque separatist ETA offered a ceasefire, but the Spanish government dismissed the offer, demanding the group lay down its arms as a precondition for peace talks.
Two policemen were killed, prompting Spain to briefly seal off its largest island. ETA separatists are key suspects, though the attackers are still not known.
Basque militants seek relevance with violence as car bomb guts building filled with sleeping families.
The arrest of Francisco Javier Lopez Peña in France on Tuesday signals a wider crackdown against the ETA, which has waged a 40-year campaign of bombings.