A group of mhorr was given refuge in Almería half a century ago, with the aim of saving them from extinction. Now a breeding program means they are thriving back in the Sahara
More and more international agreements are being signed to ensure human rights in vulnerable countries, but is any action being genuinely taken to enforce them?
Members of Ska-P and Los Enemigos recount their experiences with damaged hearing, and call for the condition to be considered a workplace ailment that’s covered by Social Security
El Roto cartoon, November 1, 2021
A ZDF documentary available on Netflix and titled ‘The Brutal Truth About Spain’s Dictator’ portrays the Spanish ‘caudillo’ as a ruthless criminal, without avoiding the complexities of his character
Speaking at a demonstration on Sunday, the great uncle of the victim, Álex, questioned why the alleged murderer Francisco Javier Almeida had been released from prison, where he was serving a sentence for another killing
A shuttle service is running to the vantage point for observation of the volcanic eruption, and demand is such that passengers have to wait at least an hour to board. Locals are divided on the benefits of the visitors