Spain’s far-right Vox requests names of gender-violence workers in Andalusia

The party claims it has seen complaints that some government employees are unqualified to shape decisions on child custody and abuse


Marketer by day, warrior by night: Meet the graffiti artists risking their lives to paint Spain’s trains

They meet up in stations, haunt hidden passageways and ignore no-entry signs. The infrastructure behind cities’ Metro and rail services has become as familiar to them as their own houses. Hooded and fast, they seek out carriages to spray as a cocktail of romanticism, art, adrenaline and risk courses through their veins. They are the ‘guerillas’ and this is their paint war


Barcelona’s homeless model Nastasia Urbano is back in front of the cameras

The former face of Yves Saint Laurent has returned to the studio after living on the streets of the Catalan capital


The pipe dream of Brits and Catalans

Talks with the European Union show that it makes no sense to demand national independence in a global world


Number of people left ill from Spanish Michelin-starred restaurant rises to 29

Health inspectors in Valencia have interviewed 75 people who ate at RiFF following the death of a 46-year-old woman who consumed a meal there


El Roto

El Roto cartoon, February 22, 2019


Defendant in Catalan independence trial denies charges of rebellion

Former head of ANC civil association Jordi Sànchez admits there were acts of violence during key protest outside Economic Affairs Department, but insists atmosphere was “festive”


Invasive termite species wreaks havoc in Tenerife

The insect, which thrives on the Canary Island’s high temperatures has spread to three municipalities, including San Cristóbal de La Laguna, which is a World Heritage Site