Parents of girl rescued from Bolivian jungle under investigation

Nine-year-old will not return home until circumstances of her trip with her kidnapper are cleared up


How Costa Rica became the center of global human-organ trafficking ring

One couple offered $20,000 to donate a kidney for a transplant in Israel, statement claims

23-F leader celebrated coup anniversary in Civil Guard barracks

Son of Antonio Tejero Molina removed from top post after organizing lunch to mark 1981 uprising


“We’d all rather save lives than sell cars”

Jorge Martínez is the creator of the most successful campaign ever run by a Spanish non-profit

Former Spanish Prime Minister Adolfo Suárez admitted to hospital

The 81-year-old, who suffers from Alzheimer's disease, has a respiratory infection


Álvarez will not resign from European Investment Bank over ERE case

Ex-Socialist minister is target in investigation into alleged massive Andalusian fraud scheme


A web of spies

A new book reveals how Germany and the Allies sought to manipulate neutral Spain during WWI


When the sky is the roof over your head

Around 700 of Madrid’s 2,200 homeless refuse to use city shelters Raquel, who has died aged 44 after living under a bridge for six years, was one of them

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Peru gets tough on Machu Picchu nude selfie craze

Authorities claim that streaker video has sparked bizarre trend at ancient citadel


High Court invokes Geneva Convention in Telecinco cameraman’s murder inquiry

Judge skirts government’s modifications to universal jurisdiction doctrine to keep Couso case open


Alaya’s dangerous step

The judge investigating the ERE case is running the risk of finding suspects guilty before the courts have reached a ruling


Vodafone to buy cable operator Ono for 7.2 billion euros

British carrier wants to enter Spain’s TV market to offset declining wireless service revenues


A long, slow, and expensive death

Valencia’s public broadcaster RTVV has outstanding debts of more than a billion euros It is still paying its workforce of 1,608 employees, despite having closed four months ago


Andalusia and Catalonia join opposition against abortion reform

Justice minister reportedly contemplating minor changes to controversial legislation Ruiz-Gallardón hoping to build consensus after consulting with a number of agencies