Jailed Catalan separatists take seats in Congress and Senate

The five pro-independence leaders have completed the paperwork to assume office after the Supreme Court granted them permission to leave jail, where they are being held in custody for their role in the 2017 separatist drive


Guardiola: Dreamer, fanatic and artist

The things that the Manchester City manager is doing are so spectacular that his influence is steering soccer toward never-before-seen greatness


Griezmann: The right moment

The news that the French forward would be leaving in the run up to the summer market is the best possible scenario, both for Atlético and for the player himself


El Roto

El Roto cartoon, May 20, 2019


A mountain hideout and a fake identity: How ETA’s Josu Ternera went unnoticed

Before his arrest in the French Alps last week, the former leader of the Basque terrorist organization had spent 17 years on the run after participating in some of the group’s bloodiest attacks


Convictions for driving under the influence jump 10% in Spain

More than 40% of drivers killed in traffic accidents had consumed alcohol or drugs, according to data from the Prosecutor General’s Office


Why a medical convention could be more profitable for Madrid than the Champions League final

The annual congress of the European Society for Medical Oncology is expected to bring 200,000 overnight stays and generate around €65 million