Spanish toddler died from fall into shaft, not rescuer’s pickaxe: autopsy

The sole suspect in the death of two-year-old Julen Roselló last January claimed that the child could have been accidentally killed by firefighters

Industrial action

Strikes in Spain complicate Easter travel plans

Air Nostrum has canceled 148 flights while passengers at Madrid-Barajas airport faced lines of over an hour to pass through security controls


The future of Spain: five parties, two models

Ahead of the general election on April 28, here is a summary of where each group stands on issues such as taxation, immigration, employment and clean energy


Divine Cazorla

The Asturian player reminds us that great soccer is stored in a tank that has been filled with wisdom, thanks to genes and practice, an is released when inspiration strikes


The boldness of Ajax

At the Dutch club’s academy, they cultivate a sporting arrogance in a positive sense: we are Ajax and this is our style. You have to be brave. And this attitude has borne the fruit of a generation of daring young players


El Roto

El Roto cartoon, April 15, 2019


Losing their religion? New report shows Spaniards are turning their backs on faith

Nearly one-third of people in Spain are either atheists, agnostics or non-believers, according to a study by the Ferrer i Guàrdia Foundatio