Police bust human-trafficking ring that brought Chinese to Europe and US

Would-be migrants paid up to 50,000 euros each for smuggling assistance Over 100 people rescued from boats in Strait of Gibraltar

US prosecutors set to charge Spanish banker for losses at JPMorgan

Martín-Artajo could be extradited under an agreement with British authorities, according to ‘The New York Times’


Lessons in endurance

Race walker López picks up Spain’s first Moscow medal after marathon runner Aguilar sends message of hope to fellow veterans


Summer fever

Spain has the right on its side regarding Gibraltar, but it must weigh the consequences of its actions


Spain looks to Argentina for common front on Gibraltar

Foreign ministers to explore possibility of working together on the Rock and Falklands disputes


Hell comes to paradise

The island of Mallorca was hit by its worst wildfire in decades in late July. EL PAÍS visited the Unesco-protected area worst affected and talked to those caught in the path of the flames


The face you deserve

We cannot control our birthright but we do become what we are

The history of humor

Three hundred years of Spanish comics

The Tebeosfera project has already catalogued 17,000 titles The organization now has 93 members and 180 volunteers

Mercenaries' tales

The human face of the Battle of Bailén

Civil Guard historians unearth Swiss mercenaries’ recruitment documents


ETA kidnapper released on cancer bail ordered to undergo medical exam

Court experts argue Bolinaga's terminal condition could be treated satisfactorily within the penitenciary system