As protests continue in Catalonia, the public’s patience starts to wane

For more than a month, pro-independence demonstrators have been cutting off roads and vandalizing public spaces, actions that are affecting the everyday lives of citizens

Catalan independence drive

In court, Catalan premier admits disobeying order to remove separatist symbols

Quim Torra is on trial for refusing to take down yellow ribbons and politically charged banners from public buildings during the municipal and European election campaigns this year


El Roto

El Roto cartoon, November 18, 2019


Vox deputy offering ultrasounds to women outside Madrid abortion clinics

Far-right politician Gadór Joya has not confirmed how long she has been running the “Life Ambulance Project,” or how many patients she has persuaded to go forward with their pregnancies

Spanish music

Why does Rosalía cause so much controversy?

The Spanish pop sensation has won over critics across the world, but continues to stir debate, be it for her political views, concert fees or flamenco-inspired music