PM announces pension hike, defends prosecutor general pick after first Cabinet meeting

Speaking to reporters, Pedro Sánchez said that he now has “no reservations” about the leader of his coalition partner Podemos, Pablo Iglesias, despite statements he made last year


‘Sextortion’ ring that blackmailed men seeking prostitutes may have claimed 4,000 victims

According to court documents, the criminals threatened to expose individuals across Spain for having contacted sex workers if they refused to pay out large sums of money


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El Roto cartoon, January 14, 2020

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Expensive murders

While it is too early to know the full extent of the fallout from Iranian General Qassim Suleimani’s assassination, there is no doubt that it will be significant


Spain’s public prosecutors uneasy about government’s pick for prosecutor general

Critics warns that naming ex-Justice Minister Dolores Delgado to the top role jeopardizes the judiciary’s image of impartiality


One year on, uncertainty still hangs over Julen Roselló tragedy in Spain

The owner of the property where the toddler fell to his death down a narrow borehole will face trial on January 21