Researchers probe 2,000-year-old killings on uninhabited Spanish islet

A joint investigation is being conducted on the remains of 10 bodies and a temple found in Sa Galera, off the coast of Palma de Mallorca in the Balearic Islands


¿Qué? podcast, S02E03: New clocking-in system and Pedro Sánchez’s hero moment

This week we discuss a new law that forces all businesses in Spain to record worker schedules, and how the acting prime minister handled a protester who appeared at the mortuary chapel for Alfredo Pérez Rubalcaba


El Roto

El Roto cartoon, May 16, 2019


Catalan parliament blocks Spanish PM’s choice for Senate speaker

Miquel Iceta received 25 votes in favor, 65 against and 39 abstentions despite warnings from Pedro Sánchez that vetoing his pick would hurt the spirit of dialogue


Former ETA chief ‘Josu Ternera’ arrested in France after 17 years in hiding

The ex-leader of the now-defunct Basque terror group fled Spain in 2002 to avoid being tried for an attack in Zaragoza that killed 11 people


The suspicious victory of far-right group Vox in a tiny Spanish town

Could a change in the law, and the nuns who run a residence for women with learning disabilities, have played a determining role on election results in Gotarrendura?


Unseasonably warm weather in Spain to make way for falls of up to 17ºC

Temperatures that are currently 5ºC to 10ºC above average will dramatically plunge over the next few days, with storms likely to accompany a mass of cold air from the Atlantic