Spanish athlete Marta Domínguez stripped of world gold for doping

Court of Arbitration for Sport also hands three-year ban to track star-turned-PP politician

Road safety

Spain’s road accident death toll already past 1,000 victims in 2015

Figure similar to same period last year, when fatalities rose for first time in 10 years

Latin America

“Venezuela is ruled by arbitrary tyranny,” says ex-Spanish PM

Felipe González given prestigious Leadership for the Americas award in Washington

Mystery stench overwhelms Barcelona

Fertilizer being blamed for bad smell that overpowered the city, but no one is completely sure

Latin America

Costa Rica struggling to deal with Cuban migrant crisis

Nicaragua keeping hundreds from crossing border and continuing their journey to US


Men account for 82% of highest salaries in Spain, says new report

2014 statistics from company tax filings reveal an average gender gap of over €4,600


Amazon announces expansion plan in Spain that will create 1,000 new jobs

Online retailer wants to build second logistical center in Barcelona


Rajoy seeks wide-reaching political consensus over war in Syria

Attempt is turning point for Spanish politics, more accustomed to a go-it-alone approach

Spain’s inheritance bounty hunters

Coutot Roehring specializes in tracking down heirs to unclaimed fortunes across the globe