New coronavirus infections rise in Spain, with 271 detected in the last 24 hours

The Health Ministry today reported that there had been 43 Covid-19-related deaths in the last week, bringing total official fatalities to 27,125

Parties are mostly to blame for new outbreaks of coronavirus in Spain

A number of social gatherings have put the health authorities on alert, while in Lleida a celebration has actually caused the healthcare area to remain in Phase 1 of the deescalation plan

Belgium's Prince Lorenz with two of his children, Prince Joachim and Princess Luise Maria, in a 2017 file photo.

Belgium’s Prince Joachim tests positive for coronavirus after attending party in Spain

The police are investigating a gathering of 26 people in the Andalusian city of Córdoba, at which King Philippe’s nephew was present

A street café in Barcelona, which is currently in Phase 1 of the deescalation plan.

As four of Spain’s areas move to Phase 3, what will change on Monday?

Spain approves guaranteed minimum income scheme for vulnerable families

Could fresh air help ward off coronavirus infections?

Spain records single coronavirus death in 24-hour period

EDITORIAL

Nissan plant closure in Barcelona: a traumatic exit

The case confirms the change in global strategy by the automotive industry

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Fiscal space at the time of Covid-19

For now, fiscal policy must continue to prop up activity as much as possible, with the decisive support of monetary policy

70% of Spain will be in Phase 2 of coronavirus deescalation plan by Monday, government announces

Spain’s excess deaths during coronavirus crisis reach 43,000

Spain lifts lockdown rules on exercise and walks in Phase 2 areas

Three in four new coronavirus cases diagnosed in Madrid and Catalonia

Civil Guard dismissal sparks political row in Spain

Spain deescalating coronavirus measures without testing all suspected cases

Despite entering Phase 1 of deescalation, Barcelona residents confined to city

Hundreds of workers protest Nissan closure in Barcelona

Spain’s proposal for travel corridors could allow international tourists to visit before July 1

Spain could get €140 billion from EU’s Covid-19 recovery plan

Spain releases €30.5 billion to relieve strained social security system

Ana Botín: ‘Europe should understand that solidarity is not charity’

EL PAÍS is starting a series of interviews with the leaders of Spain’s biggest companies. The first instalment is with the executive chairman of Banco Santander. These directors describe their experience of the coronavirus health crisis and confinement, offer a diagnosis of the economic outlook and propose measures to take us into recovery

Ignacio Galán: ‘If we accelerate clean energy, we could create 300,000 jobs now’

How Europe underestimated the danger of the coronavirus pandemic

A review of the minutes from a meeting of the continent’s top health experts in February reveals that there was little understanding of how great a risk Covid-19 posed to the population

ccu cgg cgg gca – The 12 letters that changed the world

The story behind the hoax English Edition headline that spread like wildfire on Twitter

The man who took the photo of the machine-translated webpage explains to Verne how an “innocent joke” among friends turned into viral sensation accusing EL PAÍS of incompetence

Spain’s former king received alleged €1.7m donation from ruler of Bahrain, Swiss probe shows

Adel al-Jubeir, the Saudi diplomat who endorsed the $100m donation to Spain’s King Juan Carlos

Close friend of Spain’s emeritus king transferred $39 million from “donation” to a US bank

EL PAÍS launches its digital subscription model

La Paz: a Madrid hospital at war against Covid-19

The Spanish capital’s icon of public healthcare is now dedicated almost entirely to coronavirus patients. EL PAÍS spent three days inside to see how the daily battles are being fought

Coronavirus: The war of our generation

Višnja Pavelić: The daughter of a Croatian dictator who lived as a recluse in Madrid

The Spanish illustrator who dissects politics for ‘The New York Times’

¿Qué? S04E10: UK ambassador to Spain Hugh Elliott discusses the coronavirus crisis

We also catch up with Chris Dottie, the president of the British Chamber of Commerce, and Martin Makepeace, the president of the British Association of San Antonio, Ibiza

Inside Virtus Iulia, the Roman city in the south of Spain

Upset at losing an hour from Daylight Saving Time? Just imagine losing 10 days

The surprising similarities between the ‘Spanish flu’ and the coronavirus pandemic

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The secret memorandum to President Trump

“I am convinced that you can still win re-election. But in order to do so you must be willing to do whatever it takes”

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Big problems, small leaders

It’s hard to avoid the conclusion that leaders are, with a few exceptions, in over their heads in responding to the coronavirus and its economic debacle

We are all neighbors

While it is too early to know the full extent of the fallout from Iranian General Qassim Suleimani’s assassination, there is no doubt that it will be significant

You want a coronavirus vaccine?

Be careful. Those who buy into con artists’ tricks do much more damage than con artists themselves

A personal blog about a global experience

US student Nell Snow was an intern at the English Edition of EL PAÍS in Madrid – until the coronavirus epidemic broke out and forced her to make some difficult choices

Trash city: Why Madrid needs to take a stand against plastic

Why an American photographer is fighting for Madrid’s Romani community

Eco-friendly Barcelona: Trend or truth?

Why tourists are digging deep in Asturian mines

Discovering Chillida Leku and the magic of San Sebastián

EL PAÍS launches new application for cellphones

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