Japanese tourists in Spain found in dangerous tunnel searching for Pokémon

Barcelona police officers expel two tourists playing Nintendo game inside the Rovira Tunnel


Venezuela opens border crossing with Colombia for second weekend in a row

Authorities expect most of the 90,000 people who made the journey on Sunday to return home


After financial problems and falling crowds, the Benicàssim Festival is reborn

The 21st edition of the famed event on the Valencia coast attracted 161,000 festival-goers, thanks to acts such as headliners Muse


For Mexico’s troubled Pemex, deeper debt seems the only option

Promised reforms have done nothing to help state-owned oil producer attract foreign investment


First heatwave puts 37 provinces on high alert

Significant risk due to soaring temperatures in 13 areas, including almost all of the Basque Country and Galicia


Spanish lenders close as many as a million unclaimed bank accounts

Despite frantic calls and letters from banking firms in Spain, small balances and in some cases huge sums are likely to be passed on to the taxman


Why going for coffee beats out cultural activities in Spanish society

A new survey reveals that seven out of 10 Spaniards “never” visit a museum or a library, while one in five goes to a bar, restaurant or café every day