How a ‘Vogue’ cover model ended up living on the streets of Barcelona

Nastasia Urbano used to earn up to $1 million for 20 days of work but is now homeless and looking for help to get back on her feet


Spanish Tax Agency warns businesses about impact of no-deal Brexit

As the deadline for the UK’s withdrawal from the EU nears, a campaign is underway to inform companies about new paperwork and tariffs


El Roto

El Roto cartoon, February 6, 2019


How El Salvador’s deadliest gang members found God behind bars

At San Francisco Gotera prison, 1,600 inmates have exchanged violence for love preached in the Bible


Madrid taxi drivers call off strike without achieving their objectives

The stoppage, which began on January 21, was aimed at pressuring the regional government into regulating VTC vehicles, used by ride-hailing services such as Cabify and Uber


Soccer coach José Mourinho accepts one-year jail sentence for tax fraud in Spain

The former Real Madrid manager, who will also have to pay a €2-million fine, joins a long list of stars to be accused of fiscal crimes by the Spanish justice system


Self-generated energy soars in Spain as solar panels plunge in price

Last year there was a 94% increase in sun-powered electricity compared to 2017, according to Spain’s Photovoltaic Union UNEF