#UPDATE Dozens of people were arrested in cities across Spain including Madrid and Barcelona following a second night of clashes over the jailing of a rapper for controversial tweets, with the violence sparking a political backlash #PabloHasel
French tourists weary of their country’s strict national lockdown are flocking to Madrid, where bars and restaurants are open and people can stay outdoors until 10 p.m., even as COVID-19 batters Europe
As the WHO warned of the new disease in late January, more than 2,000 people arrived directly from Wuhan. In March, at a football match in Liverpool, thousands of Real Madrid fans arrived from Spain where 3,500 people had already died that month
People walk through heavy snow in #Madrid on January 9, a day after snowstorms caused chaos across much of Spain. The snow blocked roads, particularly in the centre of the country, with Madrid seeing its heaviest snowfalls since 1971 #Filomenamadrid 📷 Benjamin Cremel
From Madrid to Sydney, people took to the streets to express the need for police reform and racial equality.
People in Madrid protested the release of 5 men who were cleared of gang raping a teenage girl (which they filmed) after a judge reduced their charge to the lesser crime of "sexual abuse."