Articles by Ciaran Giles



Russia, U.S. Trade Accusations at OSCE

  • 30 November 07
  • The Associated Press
The United States and Russia accused each other of trying to manipulate an international security organization as it opened an annual meeting Thursday in Spain.

Russia, U.S. Trade Accusations at OSCE

  • 30 November 07
  • The Associated Press
The United States and Russia accused each other of trying to manipulate an international security organization as it opened an annual meeting Thursday in Spain.

Royal Bear-Killing Saga Refusing to Die Down

  • 23 October 06
  • The Associated Press
The Spanish royal palace insisted Friday that reports King Juan Carlos killed a drunken bear during a hunting trip in Russia were ridiculous. But it seemed to edge away from an initial flat-out denial that the monarch had killed a bear at all.

Spain Calls for Calm After Stamp Raids

  • 11 May 06
  • The Associated Press
Raids on two stamp collection firms suspected of fraud shock the 350,000 who invested in them.

Russians Top Table for Golds

  • 13 May 04
  • The Associated Press
Seventeen-year-old Russian swimmer Stanislava Komarova was disappointed in Barcelona, jubilant in Madrid and now has her eyes set on Athens.

Unlikely Russian Takes Gold

  • 17 July 03
  • The Associated Press
Russian Alexander Dobroskok fulfilled a dream Tuesday when he took gold in the men's 3-meter springboard and watched as friend and teammate Dmitry Sautin took only bronze.

Spain Sues U.S. Shipping Bureau for Prestige Spill

  • 19 May 03
  • The Associated Press
Spain has filed a 2 billion euro ($2.3 billion) lawsuit against U.S. ship classification firm American Bureau of Shipping for its alleged part in the Prestige oil tanker sinking that triggered Spain's worst environmental disaster.

Spain Aims To Hamper France's Star Midfielder

Injury Goals Put Spain in Last 8

Spanish Lottery Empowers the Blind

Spanish High Court Judge Killed

Guinness Treats World to Irish Pubs