Among the more unusual news stories recently…gangs of monkeys have taken over the streets in Lopburi, Thailand, a Barcelona opera house offers a concert for thousands of plants, and a smelly fruit causes big problems in a German post office.
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Last week, King Felipe VI of Spain said that he was giving up his inheritance - money he would get from his father, Juan Carlos. Juan Carlos is being investigated for possibly misusing his position to make money.
Over the last two weeks, leaders from around 200 countries took part in a United Nations meeting in Madrid, Spain on the climate crisis. The meeting ended Sunday with several important problems not solved.
In recent months, protests around the world have been in the news almost constantly. There are protests in Europe, Africa, Asia, North and South America, and the Middle East. Though each protest is different, there are similarities.
Catalonia, Spain has been rocked by protests and violence over the last week. The protests started after a court announced jail terms for Catalan leaders who led an independence vote two years ago.
In this article, NewsForKids.net takes a look at recent elections in Tunisia, Israel, and Spain that were so close that more elections were needed.
If you were born without a body part, could you build that part out of Lego? That's what a teenager from Andorra has done - several times, in fact.
Barcelona's most famous landmark is the 136-year-old church, the Sagrada Familia. Even though the church has been under construction since 1882, it just got a building license last Thursday.
La Tomatina is a tomato fight held once a year in Buñol, Spain. On Wednesday, 20,000 people came from around the world to join "the world's largest food fight".
Taxi drivers have been blocking streets in major cities in Spain. They want the government to do a better job of controlling non-taxi drivers from companies like Uber.