A Spanish bar becomes popular with African workers, and the locals walk away

The owner of Racó de la Vero, in the Catalan village of Alcarràs, has been dealing with negative attitudes ever since she started serving dishes that seasonal fruit laborers can afford


Covid-19 outbreaks test Spain’s ability to prevent transmission

The largest jump in cases has been reported at a Red Cross center in Málaga, which saw infections increase from 15 to 89 in just one day


Flexible schedules and covered expenses: Spain drafts bill protecting the rights of remote workers

The initiative comes after thousands of employees were forced to work from home during the three-month coronavirus lockdown


What does the extension of Spain’s ERTE furlough scheme entail?

EL PAÍS has put together an overview of what is covered under the new deal, which will extend the temporary layoff plan until September 30


El Roto

El Roto cartoon, June 26, 2020


Spain expresses concern over toppling of historical statues in United States

The Foreign Ministry has told US authorities it is worried about the damage caused to figures like Christopher Columbus amid the anti-racism protests