Madrid train bombing

Fifteen years on from the Madrid bombings, where are the perpetrators?

Three inmates who were involved in the 2004 train attacks have been given better conditions in jail for good behavior, while five remain in the most restrictive prison regime

European Elections

Ex-Catalan premier Carles Puigdemont to run in European parliament election

The politician, who is living in Belgium after having fled Spain, would be arrested if he were to come back to the country to be sworn into the role


The fight for justice for murdered Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia

In 2017, a car bomb killed the investigative reporter intent on exposing political corruption on the tiny Mediterranean island. A year and half later, it is still not known who was behind her death


Spain launches unit to fight disinformation ahead of elections

Group includes experts from National Security Department and seeks to identify cyberterrorism threats


El Roto

El Roto cartoon, March 11, 2019


Shipwrecks of the Caribbean: Spain drafts treasure map of its own days of empire

The Culture Ministry has charted the 681 vessels sunk between 1492 and 1898, including the Santa María, the largest of Christopher Columbus’s three ships on his first voyage across the Atlantic