A heat wave in Spain kills six people.
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- A heat wave in El Granado, Spain killed three people.
- A heat wave in Genoa, Italy killed seven people.
- A heat wave in Genoa, Italy, kills seven people.
- A heat wave in Spain kills six people.
- The wreckage of Nazi German submarine "U-966", which was sunk in November 1943, is discovered off the coast of Galicia, Spain.
- Hundreds of Sub-Saharan African migrants storm a border fence in Spain's North African enclave of Ceuta, using home-made flamethrowers and other improvised weapons. The Spanish Civil Guard reports that 602 people succeeded in reaching Ceuta, of whom 586 were taken to a temporary reception centre, while 16 others are being treated in a hospital. Fifteen border guards were also hurt.
- Pablo Casado is elected leader of Spain's centre-right People's Party after defeating former Deputy Prime Minister of Spain Soraya Saenz de Santamaria in a run-off.
- The XIX Congress of the People's Party begins, which will elect the new party leader and successor of former Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy. The candidates are former Deputy Prime Minister Soraya Saenz de Santamaria and the party's deputy secretary of communication, Pablo Casado.
- Two vessels deliver 25 survivors and one Peruvian corpse from Spanish ship MV "Dorneda" to ports in Argentina and Patagonia. One crewman remains missing after the fishing trawler sank off Argentina.