PP blocks calls for investigation into Ceuta immigrant tragedy

Opposition vows to find alternative ways of securing a probe into the deaths of 15 Sub-Saharans

Maduro hits at the root of anti-government protests

Police are called in to remove barricades in Venezuela’s western Táchira state

Gürtel ring listed PP expenditures under “swindle” heading

Police find accounting records of campaign events from 2003 and 2004

Passenger traffic at Barajas airport rises for first time in over two years

Number of travelers grew 1.5 percent in February

Puyol to leave Barcelona at end of season

Thirty-five-year-old defender says recent injuries forced him to make decision

In praise of traitors

Assange, Snowden and Falciani are the Salman Rushdies of the West

Solutions are lacking

Government and EU are at odds over immigration but reluctant to tackle the root issues

“I vape, and I smoke four cigarettes a day”

The head of the National Electronic Cigarette Association, Manuel Muñoz, explains his habits

The ham sandwich that stuck in the Spanish Ryanair steward’s throat

Cabin-crew member was sacked for not paying for the snack before eating it

Pocoyó: the cartoon wars

Two entrepreneurs are fighting it out for control of the popular children's show

Stolen Cuban art surfaces in Miami

Collector alerted Havana after discovering painting by Eduardo Abela at a Florida gallery National Museum officials believe some 100 works may have been robbed

Damm and Luxempart to get 30 percent of Pescanova in proposed restructure

Creditor banks would swap debt for equity in refloat of ailing seafood processor

Grant-awarded students finish studies two years earlier than peers

Report suggests government could save 900 million a year by limiting time spent at universities

Unemployment benefit spending continues to fall

Number of people not covered by safety net rises to 1.68 million

Valencia PP paid Gürtel ring under the table, police report shows

Corrupt business network received 80 percent of payments in black-market money

Top court annuls job cuts of company that partly operated in undeclared cash

Judges rule that Aragonese firm Curbimetal acted in “bad faith” when negotiating layoffs

Largest ever attempt made to storm Ceuta border fence repelled

Over 1,000 would-be immigrants try to enter Spanish exclave in two groups

Jobless claims fall on monthly basis for first time since 2007

But net job creation pledge by the government gets off to a slow start