WikiLeaks reports spying operation against Julian Assange at Ecuador embassy in London

Spanish police are investigating an alleged extortion case involving video footage, photographs and other material

Dictatorship in Argentina

Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo find child who went missing during Argentina’s dictatorship in Spain

The 42-year-old woman, who is the 129th person the organization has helped locate, is yet to meet her real father and older brother


Spanish elections: a 1985 law for 21st-century communications

Despite bans on campaigning outside specific time periods, the popularity of social media apps make this rule very difficult to enforce


Spanish ISIS women speak out: “We just want to get out of here”

EL PAÍS has traveled to the Al Hol camp in Syria for an exclusive interview with two Spaniards and a Moroccan – the mother of three Spanish children – who are seeking to return to Spain after surviving the fall of the caliphate


Could France’s state rail operator bring “low-cost” train travel to Spain?

Ahead of the imminent opening up of domestic high-speed networks to other European Union operators, SNCF is planning to have a Spanish service in place by 2020


El Roto

El Roto cartoon, April 10, 2019


Spanish unions planning strikes during Easter travel crunch

Airport ground workers, pilots and train drivers will all walk out on the job in April, coinciding with passenger peaks at transportation hubs