Trial for deadly 2017 Barcelona terrorist attacks begins

Only three defendants are facing prison for aiding the perpetrators, who were shot down by police after plowing into crowds in the Catalan capital and in the town of Cambrils


Spain hopes to have Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine for 10 million people by early 2021

Health Minister Salvador Illa expects to soon sign a contract with drugmaker for 20 million doses


Two Latinas write to Vice President-elect Kamala Harris

The election of the first Black woman to office in the United States is transformative for our generation and our daughters


EU Commission backs Spain’s protocol against disinformation campaigns

Brussels confirms the initiative answers its own call for cooperation, despite claims from the opposition that the government is trying to encroach on press freedom


Spain reports first weekend fall in coronavirus cases, but sets new second-wave record for fatalities

According to the latest figures, 52,386 infections have been detected since Friday, while 512 deaths have been added to the official toll


El Roto

El Roto cartoon, November 10, 2020


Not just a tourist destination: Why Spain’s Canary Islands are hoping to attract 30,000 remote workers

In a bid to mitigate the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic, the regional government is investing €500,000 in a campaign to lure Spanish and international home-workers to the archipelago for long-term stays