Spanish lawmakers approved a report Thursday accusing former Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar of manipulating the facts a bombing in Madrid last year.
Today is Thursday, May 5, the 125th day of 2005 with 240 to follow.
Former Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar has accused his successor of making "unfounded accusations" against his administration, El Pais said Monday.
U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld says Spain is making a mistake by selling military planes and boats to Venezuela.
The Spanish prime minister has accused the previous government of destroying evidence relating to the March 11 bombings and of deceiving the public.
Former Spanish Prime Pinister Jose Maria Aznar Monday called for a full investigation into links between Basque separatists and Islamist terror cells.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said Tuesday he is "certain" Spain's previous administration supported his nation's short-lived coup in 2002.
The ex-president of Spain José María Aznar has denied having paid millions of dollars in public funds in order to receive the U.S. Congressional Gold Medal.
Allegations of political manipulation have entered into Spain's federal probe of the March 11 terror bombings in Madrid, the EFE news agency said Thursday.
The Spanish government aksed the United States to speed its invasion of Iraq to lessen any impact on its electoral chances.