Spain’s foreign minister stops interview on German TV over Catalonia questions

Josep Borrell accused his interviewer of ignorance and bias and briefly walked away from the set


¿Qué? podcast, episode 11: British migrants protest Brexit in Madrid

This week we discuss the demonstration against the UK’s withdrawal from the EU in the Spanish capital and look at why an expert ham cutter caused a scandal on social media


Train security guards caught on camera beating up migrant without ticket in Barcelona

Spain’s state railway company Renfe has taken the eight officers off duty and has opened an investigation into the case


El Roto

El Roto cartoon, March 28, 2019

The Global Observer

Islam by numbers

In Muslim countries incomes are lower than in the rest of the world, while illiteracy is higher and life expectancy lower. Why?

Attack on North Korean Embassy

North Korean embassy assailants filmed the attack to prove their actions, say Spanish police

Investigators say the group used micro-cameras to provide evidence of the raid to whoever ordered and financed the operation

Social inequality in Spain

Spain’s broken social elevator: How the crisis damaged upward mobility

It would take a Spaniard born into a low-income family four generations to reach the country’s average income, an OECD report finds