Juan Guaidó: “We need a solution in Venezuela no matter what”

The leader of the National Assembly, who is recognized as the interim president of Venezuela by 60 countries, reflects on the country's situation after a turbulent year

‘El Chicle,’ killer of Madrid teenager Diana Quer, given life sentence

José Enrique Abuín Gey has also been ordered by a provincial court in Galicia to pay thousands of euros in compensation to the family of the victim, who went missing in 2016

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In 10 years, what will international development cooperation look like?

Lack of certainty is exerting considerable pressure on many organizations seeking the coordinates to navigate a map that has become much more complex than it once was

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El Roto cartoon, December 17, 2019

Spain’s caretaker PM reaches out to more nationalist parties for support

For the first time, Pedro Sánchez will meet with the Catalan anti-capitalist CUP and with the Basque far-left EH Bildu in a bid to get confirmed in office and avoid a third general election

Fired for being sick: The new norm in Spain?

A change to the 2012 labor reform, which was upheld in October by the Constitutional Court, allows workers to be sacked for taking medical leave, even if they have a doctor’s certificate