Hotel refuses to admit group of guests with Down syndrome

Management of Hotel CaboGata Plaza Suites has issued an apology citing “a misunderstanding”

Interior Ministry confirms deportation of Catalan Muslim leader for “radical links”

Sovereignty supporter suspected by National Intelligence Center of being threat to security


From migrant train to red carpet

Ten years in the making, ‘La jaula de oro’ makes its last stop at Cannes


This week’s movie releases

Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby hits Spanish screens, while Halle Berry turns up in thriller Dark Tide

Economy Minister rules out need to further tap bailout

Government says Treasury has ready access to funding markets Germany expresses regret over leftover finance


Regions keep debts to bare minimum in first quarter

Shortfall across Spanish administrations comes in at 1.41 percent of GDP at start of year

Former Caja Madrid chief remanded in custody as flight risk

Miguel Blesa ordered to turn over passport in case investigating loan to failed travel company


Real and Atlético seek cup one-up

First final derby since 1992 will be hotly contested in Madrid’s Bernabéu

Documents relating to smuggler no longer exist, says Galician premier

Feijóo tells parliament files showing business links with Marical Dorado have been destroyed


Marc Gasol’s Grizzlies reach conference final for first time

Spanish center helps Memphis overcome Oklahoma City Thunder 4-1 in Western semifinal playoff series


Recession takes root in the euro zone

Dyed-in-the-wool fiscal consolidation policies weaken the economies of the single-currency bloc


Now, Eurunemployed

If the 6.2 million unemployed Spaniards decided to set up their own state, there would be no less than 11 states dwarfed by this hypothetical Republic of the Dole

Prisoners of good intentions

Three years ago, Spain took in over 700 Cuban refugees in a much-publicized humanitarian action Today, the dissidents are struggling to get by and unable to leave


From trash to museum treasure

The booming fascination for work by unknown photographers is dividing experts


Competition agency plays spymaster

Anti-trust commission is encouraging whistleblowers to act as moles in cartels

Seeking out the “Messi dollar”

Thousands of Argentineans travel to Colonia in neighboring Uruguay to withdraw hard currency and resell cash on the black market


Public Works Ministry plans to close 48 under-used train lines

Savings will amount to 86 million euros per year as rural Extremadura and Galicia see routes slashed