Hundreds of taxis block Madrid's streets in protest at city council's post-lockdown policy
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Spanish prosecutor indicts Ancelotti on suspicion of tax fraud
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Cavani, Meunier reject short-term contract extensions, says report
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Spain reopens its borders, state of emergency ends
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Real Betis sack coach after winless return to action
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Puppets bring purpose to puppeteer in lockdown
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Real Madrid train ahead of Valencia match
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Zidane says his relationship with Gareth Bale is normal
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Real return with convincing win over Eibar
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Real Madrid return to competition at Di Stefano stadium after COVID lockdown
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Hazard, Asensio back for Real return against Eibar, says Zidane
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'Your skin is a weapon'
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Madrid's museums and Palace of Versailles reopen
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Prado and Versailles among Europe's museums to re-open but with restrictions
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Diego Costa appears in court to settle tax fraud case
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Real Madrid train as La Liga re-start looms
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Atletico's Felix hurts knee in training
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Spaniards can hit the beach and drink on the terrace as lockdown eases
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Coronavirus: Madrid challenges ongoing COVID-19 lockdown in supreme court
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Real Madrid begin group training
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Barca and Atletico train in groups for first time since COVID-19 lockdown
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La Liga chief confirms clubs will resume group training from Monday
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