Bank of Spain forecasts fall in GDP of up to 15.1% due to Covid-19 crisis

The central lender has charted several scenarios for recovery and has issued a warning that the Spanish economy will not return to pre-crisis levels until at least 2022


The pandemic and the police: Which new normal?

George Floyd and João Pedro are bodies and biographies for the cry of urban revolts in New York or Rio. There can be no return to normalized inequalities


Supreme Court prosecutors to investigate Spain’s emeritus king over kickback scheme

The probe will focus on Juan Carlos‘s connection to suspected payments made in exchange for the contract to build the AVE high-speed rail link to Mecca


Thirty years after Jesuit killings in El Salvador, trial begins in Madrid

Five Spanish priests were among those murdered in the 1989 massacre, including Ignacio Ellacuría, a prominent figure who defended dialogue between the guerrillas and the government during the civil war


Two sides of the coronavirus crisis in Spain: One half of the country has five times as many cases as the other

The areas entering Phase 2 of the deescalation plan on Monday have a much higher infection rate than those that are moving to the last stage


Spain’s regions report 2,053 new coronavirus cases in a week, up 87 from day before

The data reported by the Health Ministry on Sunday, which is still being revised, showed one new fatality with 71 assigned to previous dates


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El Roto cartoon, June 8, 2020