Lavapiés sees second day of unrest in wake of immigrant death

Anti-establishment groups being blamed for much of the damage in Madrid on Thursday night, with conflicting reports over whether street vendor was being chased by police when he collapsed

Spain’s food industry

Mercamadrid: Noah’s other ark

Like a journey to another galaxy, this night trip to Mercamadrid has an element of science fiction about it. But the piles of fruit and vegetables and the tons of animal carcasses and fish that arrive at this immense wholesale food market are as real as life itself


Press association backs EL PAÍS journalist targeted by Russian smear campaign

Managing Editor David Alandete is accused by Kremlin-backed media of having ties to the CIA


Death of African street vendor sparks clashes with police in Madrid

Six arrested in Lavapiés after crowds get violent in wake of Senegalese man’s death

Human Rights

Actor Gael García Bernal calls on UN to help end impunity in Mexico

Star of movies such as ‘The Motorcycle Diaries’ says the international community must intervene to stop spiraling violence in the country


El Roto

El Roto cartoon, March 16, 2018



Ros cartoon, March 16, 2018


How the mother of murdered Gabriel Cruz gave Spain a lesson in humanity

Patricia Ramírez was a driving force in the search for the eight-year-old, whose body was found on Sunday in his father’s girlfriend’s car

LGBTQI Community

From Lucía and Natalia to Lucas and Mateo: The Spanish transgender twins beating back stereotypes

The brothers from Málaga have taken their story public via a series of YouTube videos, in which they hope to raise awareness about issues of transsexualism