Running of the Bulls
Two people are gored and five injured during the Running of the Bulls at the San Fermín festival in Spain.
Archeologists announce the discovery of a previously unknown Roman Empire city dubbed "El Forau de la Tuta", located near modern-day Artieda in the Province of Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain.
Spain's Ministry of Health says the country’s COVID-19 death toll has risen to 767, with 169 more deaths and 3,431 new confirmed cases, for a total of 17,147 cases.
A million Catalonia residents launch an "autumn of protests" on National Day of Catalonia to demand independence from Spain and release "high-profile" secessionists from jail.
Carles Puigdemont, ex-President of Catalonia, travels to Denmark while Spanish Attorney General requests the European Arrest Warrant. The Speaker of the Catalan Parliament appoints Puigdemont to be invested as President. Spain's Supreme Court refuses to reactivate the arrest warrant.
A study from Spain published in the "New England Journal of Medicine" finds that following a Mediterranean diet high in olive oil, nuts, fish and fresh fruits and vegetables reduces the risk of heart disease.
Food giant Nestlé removes its beef pasta meals from supermarkets in France, Spain, and Italy, after tests confirmed that the product contained horse meat.
The Standard & Poor's credit rating agency lowers its long-term credit ratings on the eurozone countries of Cyprus, Italy, Portugal, and Spain by two notches each and Austria, France, Malta, Slovakia, and Slovenia by one notch each.
In local and regional elections in Spain, the conservative People's Party performs well, while the ruling Socialist Party suffers heavy losses.
Alfredo Pérez Rubalcaba, Spain's Interior Minister, dismisses ETA's ceasefire offer as insufficient for a peace process.
Three more dissidents released by Cuba on humanitarian grounds arrive in Spain.