CRISIS IN VENEZUELA

Spanish PM applauds “courage” of self-declared president of Venezuela

Latin American leaders and Spanish opposition parties are pressuring Pedro Sánchez to recognize Juan Guaidó as the legitimate head of the South American country

SPANIARD ON DEATH ROW

In new twist to Pablo Ibar case, one juror goes back on guilty verdict

The Spanish citizen has been on death row in the US for 16 years over a 1994 triple murder, and was recently retried due to serious flaws at the original trial

CARTOONS

El Roto

El Roto cartoon, January 24, 2019

EL PAÍS PODCASTS

¿Qué? podcast, episode two: What Brexit means for Brits in Spain

In the second of our new audio series, journalists from the English Edition consider the effect of the UK’s exit from the EU, and discuss controversy over a selfie-snapping devil

Fraud in Spain

Online property scams are getting more sophisticated, experts warn

Authorities in Spain ask would-be buyers and tenants to use common sense when faced with an offer that proposes early payment through uncontrolled channels

TAXI STRIKES IN SPAIN

Barcelona taxi drivers end strike; Madrid stoppage enters day four

Sector accepts Catalan government’s new pre-booking requirements for ride-sharing services such as Uber and Cabify

TRAGEDY IN MÁLAGA

Julen Roselló rescue: “This is a work of humanitarian civil engineering”

Technicians have overcome the latest setback in the race to locate the trapped toddler, and miners are getting ready to go down to a depth of 60 meters