Gay Pride packs in the crowds but some ask what it means these days

Around one million on parade in capital Activists argue that equality is not yet assured


Miguel Hernández archive: a victim of politics or economics?

Family of Civil War poet accuses Popular Party-controlled Elche City Hall of reneging on a deal and moving the legacy


Seven years after first gay weddings, justices to approve law

Constitutional Court due to decide on Popular Party appeal against flagship legislation this week


Hundreds evacuated as Valencia wildfire rages on

Regional government claims it has sufficient resources to fight blaze despite cutbacks

EURO 2012

On the verge of greatness

Mario Balotelli and Andrea Pirlo’s Italy stand between Spain and a record third consecutive major tournament win


European horizons

The euro zone has put itself at the center of the Union’s latest integration plans


What happened last March 28?

Shifting economic and political fortunes lead us to ask what makes a nation grow powerful enough to impose its will on others


Flunking students will have to return grants

Latest austerity move will leave family-income qualification for scholarships intact but punish academic underachievement