Protests outside Andalusian parliament as investiture debate begins

Feminist groups took to the streets to demonstrate against the policies of far-right party Vox, whose votes will be key to seeing Juan Manuel Moreno of the Popular Party voted in as premier


Star of ‘Eight Basque Surnames’ releases video of horrific bike crash

Spanish actor Dani Rovira and a colleague were struck by a vehicle on a French road while completing a charity challenge, and were miraculously left unhurt


Spanish bank sends letter to employees in wake of spying accusations

BBVA is alleged to have hired retired police chief José Manuel Villarejo to carry out industrial espionage in order to fend off an unwanted shareholder

Tragedy in Málaga

Search continues for toddler thought to have fallen into 100-meter-deep borehole

The parents of two-year-old Julen lost another child in 2017, according to locals from their neighborhood


El Roto

El Roto cartoon, January 15, 2019


Spanish government launches website to warn about effects of Brexit

Madrid has drafted a decree with contingency plans in the event of the United Kingdom crashing out of the European Union with no deal


How a selfie-snapping statue of the devil has raised the ire of Segovia locals

The actions of a group of residents in the city have prompted a judge to halt the installation of the image of Mephistopheles, which was designed to appeal to tourists