Green energy: When Spain had the wind in its sails

The Perdón wind farm in Navarre is the birthplace of an industry in which Spain has played a pioneering role


Trump’s latest absurdity

The president’s decision to pull the US out of the Paris accord is inexplicable and potentially very damaging


Lessons in tolerance: The Colombian letters sent to former FARC fighters

A citizen initiative is prompting youngsters to write missives offering support to demobilized ex-guerrillas


“Burnt-out” Spanish police in Catalonia want bonus due to “social pressure”

Union says tense climate caused by region’s independence drive means officers should earn more

Endangered animals

From captivity to cloning: the fight to save vaquita porpoise from extinction

With less than 30 examples thought to be left, scientists eye last-ditch options to save mammal

Spanish history

The secret tunnels of Spain’s Alhambra

The world-famous palace complex in Granada is criss-crossed with a network of defensive features


Unemployment: Social Security affiliations have best May since 2001

Registered jobless figure fell by nearly 112,000 people, but most new contracts are temporary