What do visitors from Europe, Japan and Africa make of Spain’s religious holidays?
Former Brazilian president takes aim at successor in subtle remarks before PT members
Socialist veteran Felipe González wants to defend two jailed opposition leaders The Maduro government argues he has no authorization to practice law
Traffic chief blames 28 extra fatalities on ”improvements to the economy”
Former high-school teacher Manuel Guillera began maths research as therapy But he has since made a major contribution to understanding the mathematical constant
Meeting of National Executive Committee will address ways to improve the group’s image
New organization aims to force politicians to address rights and needs of prostitutes
A book provides insight into the solutions women found to shortages during the Civil War Laura and Carmen Gutiérrez Rueda collected recipes from survivors of the city’s siege