What if Spain’s state of alarm comes to an end on May 9?

If PM Pedro Sánchez does not secure congressional approval to extend the extraordinary measure on Wednesday, experts say confinement orders will no longer be legally binding


Madrid City Hall planning on pedestrianizing streets on weekends to avoid crowds from forming

Parks in the capital have still not been reopened despite the loosening of the coronavirus confinement measures, making it difficult for people to maintain social distancing while taking exercise


Daily coronavirus deaths in Spain stabilize: 185 in 24 hours

Authorities express confidence that the country will be able to move to the next phase of the deescalation plan after fewer than 200 deaths were reported for the third straight day


April jobless claims surge in Spain due to coronavirus effects

Although this is normally a good time of the year for the labor market, registered unemployment grew by 282,891 after posting similar figures in March


The secret memorandum to President Trump

“I am convinced that you can still win re-election. But in order to do so you must be willing to do whatever it takes”


Homeless face uncertainty under Spain’s deescalation: ‘The situation outside is awful’

As the coronavirus crisis eases, Madrid City Hall is planning on closing two emergency shelters, leaving many rough sleepers in an even more precarious situation


El Roto

El Roto cartoon May 5, 2020


Spanish government considering limiting class sizes to 15 students

Education Ministry and regions are planning a mixed model of online and on-site teaching, but the sector is calling for more resources