The invincible dancer

Antonia Santiago Amador, otherwise known as ‘La Chana,’ cast a spell over Salvador Dalí, Peter Sellers and Maya Plisétskaya. And though she suffered years of abuse from the men in her life, she rose above it to triumph around the world. A new documentary pays tribute to her spirit

Catalan crisis

Belgian judge delays ruling on extradition request for Puigdemont

Prosecutors in Belgium have called for arrest warrant for former Catalan premier to be executed


Nicaraguan writer Sergio Ramírez takes Spain’s Cervantes Prize

Central American novelist and journalist was a Sandinista revolutionary and vice-president of his country


Intelligence agency admits “contacts” with Barcelona terror attack mastermind

The CNI states that this took place within “the protocol established for convicts” who have had relationships with jihadists


El Roto

El Roto cartoon, November 17, 2017



Ros cartoon, November 17, 2017


Pedaling our way to the summit on climate change

Planeta Futuro joins the ride from Paris to Bonn with the Moving for Climate Now peloton


Video showing hikers pushing boar off cliff sparks ire on social networks

The Civil Guard has begun an investigation into undated recording in bid to identify culprits

Catalan independence

Russian espionage chief accuses Spain of “repression” over Catalonia

During a conference speech, Sergei Naryshkin criticized the “brutal violence” used by Spanish authorities at the October 1 independence referendum


Clarifications needed

The government must provide full information about the flood of social media accounts that have been used to favor the Catalan independence movement

Crisis in Catalonia

Socialists call on government for full explanation of Russian interference in Catalonia

Congressional group requests appearance of Deputy PM Sáenz de Santamaría in official secrets commission