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Spaniards: People native to any part of Spain or that hold Spanish citizenship
Spaniards, or Spanish people, are a Romance nation native to Spain. Within Spain, there are a number of National and regional ethnic identities that reflect the country's complex history and diverse cultures, including a number of different languages, among which Spanish is the majority language and the only one that is official throughout the whole country.

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Nadal to skip U.S. Open over COVID-19 concerns [Video]

Nadal to skip U.S. Open over COVID-19 concerns

Rafael Nadal confirms he will not defend his U.S. Open tennis crown this year becasue of health concerns in North America. The Spaniard is the highest profile men's player to withdraw from the event..

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Mikel Arteta draws on Arsene Wenger’s support ahead of FA Cup final [Video]

Mikel Arteta draws on Arsene Wenger’s support ahead of FA Cup final

Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta has not spoken to Arsene Wenger ahead ofSaturday’s FA Cup final – but his former manager may have played an indirectrole in preparing the Spaniard for his first shot..

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Sebastian Vettel: This Formula One season could be my last

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With black masks and silence, Spain mourns its coronavirus dead

Grieving Spaniards wore black and fell silent across the nation at midday on Wednesday at the start of 10 days of mourning for more than 27,000 dead from the coronavirus crisis.
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Thousands rally against Spain virus response, urge PM to quit

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Thousands of Spaniards answered a call on Saturday from far-right party Vox to protest against lockdown measures and the increasingly beleaguered government of leftist Pedro Sanchez. Motorists thronged..
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Spaniards ordered to wear masks in public if they can not keep two metres apart

Spain's government on Wednesday made it compulsory for everyone older than six to wear masks in indoor public spaces, and outdoor ones when it is impossible to keep more than two metres apart.
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Some Spaniards to see lockdown eased as daily deaths fall again

Spain registered its lowest daily number of coronavirus deaths on Sunday since mid-March and half of its population prepared for an easing of one of Europe’s strictest lockdowns, though not yet the..
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Surfing and strolling, Spaniards reclaim the outdoors

Spaniards revelled in a second day of freedom on Sunday, flocking outdoors in time-slots for age groups on the first weekend adults were allowed out since one of the world's strictest coronavirus..
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Spaniards head outdoors for first time in 7 weeks as coronavirus deaths fall

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Adios, indoor jogging! Spaniards rush outside to exercise after 49 days of lockdown

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Spaniards to stroll out of lockdown as temporary hospital, symbol of pandemic battle, closes

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Banging pots and pans from their balconies, thousands of Spaniards under lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic nearly drowned out King Felipe's broadcast address to the nation on Wednesday in protest..
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Spaniards hunkered down in silent cities on Sunday with children's playgrounds blocked off with police tape, after the government imposed sudden, severe restrictions on public life and the coronavirus..
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