Referendum in Catalonia

Catalonia to central government ahead of referendum: No more spending reports

Finance Ministry plans to take direct control of invoice payments in response to latest secessionist challenge

Prostitution

Spanish brothel’s “back to school” party sparks outrage in Andalusia

Town hall orders promotional fliers for schoolgirl-themed event to be removed

soccer

Spain’s Sevilla hold their own against a mercurial Liverpool at Anfield

Rollercoaster ride for Spanish team in first leg Champions League Group stage match

Editorial

Mayors

Harassment of local leaders who are not supporting the vote on Catalan independence has broken the municipal peace

cartoon

El Roto

El Roto cartoon, September 14, 2017

cartoon

Ros

Ros cartoon, September 14, 2017

Referendum in Catalonia

55,000 Catalan citizens told to staff polling stations on referendum day

But Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy warns participation means breaking the law

CATALONIA TERROR ATTACKS

New video shows Barcelona terrorist fleeing after attack in La Rambla

Images show Younes Abouyaaqoub calmly walking on street after running over dozens of people

spain’s cultural heritage

Spanish scientists use cutting-edge technology to uncover cave paintings

Team from Cantabria Museum of Prehistory explores area close to Altamira complex