The EU annoyed Britain and Gibraltar in April by suggesting Spain has a right of veto over the territory's post-Brexit relationship with the bloc.
The King of Spain said he is confident his country and Britain can overcome their "differences" over Gibraltar in order to reach a solution that is "acceptable" to both sides.
King Felipe will lay a wreath at the Grave of the Unknown Warrior and the prince will join them on a short tour of the abbey, including the Tomb of Eleanor "Leonor" of Castile - the 13th-Century Spanish princess who married Edward I. The long-line collarless lemon blazer featured a minimal style and textured fabric, and complimented the royal's slimline physique.
Once dominant, the United States finds itself isolated at G-20
The Trump administration argues the USA has become too dependent upon foreign steel for its infrastructure and military equipment. They called the deal to reduce greenhouse gases "irreversible" and vowed to implement it "swiftly" and without exception.
Police prepare Bronx church for slain cop's funeral
Victim benefit funds Answer the Call and Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation are taking donations for Familia's children. A candlelight vigil was held Saturday night outside the 46th Precinct where she worked.
Iran Comes 15th at FIBA U-19 World Cup
He also had 10 points and seven rebounds in a win over 78-73 victory over Canada in the preliminary rounds. After winning its first five games by an average of 28.8 points, the USA team fell 99-87 to the Canadians.
Mosul "liberated" following three years under ISIS control
The battle has left large parts of Mosul in ruins, killed thousands of civilians and displaced almost one million people. Earlier this week, 200 Turkmens were executed by ISIS militants in Tal Afar after holding them for around two months.