Former Catalan deputy premier in court: “I am a political prisoner”

Oriol Junqueras, who is on trial for his role in the pro-independence drive, has refused to answer the public prosecutor’s questions, and denies having committed any offenses

Putin in Caracas

A Venezuela free of the influences of the Russian autocracy and the Cuban dictatorship is an objective that the world’s democracies should support

¿Qué? podcast, episode five: The Spanish right gets out to protest

In the latest installment of our new audio series, journalists from the English Edition probe the causes behind a demonstration aimed at throwing Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez out of office

Could Spain be headed toward a ‘Super Sunday,’ with four elections in a day?

PM Pedro Sánchez is due to announce a date for a general election, but there are many in his party who want to avoid it coinciding with local, regional and European polls

Owner of property where Julen Roselló died is named suspect in court probe

The Spanish toddler was killed when he fell down an unlicensed borehole that David Serrano had paid a company to drill

The Chinese Madrileños who are fighting persisting stereotypes

As the Year of the Pig begins, members of the third-biggest foreign community in the region discuss their affinity with the people and culture of the Spanish capital

El Roto

El Roto cartoon, February 14, 2019