France, Greece and Hungary show a positive response to the plan but the EU Commission is unwilling for the moment to make significant changes to the existing system
Brussels was hoping to distribute 160 million Covid-19 vaccines by all makers during the first quarter, but so far it has only handed out 70 million compared with 154 million in the US
The decision means that Spanish authorities will be able to reactivate the arrest warrant to bring the politician back to the country and put him on trial for his involvement in the 2017 separatist bid
The Spanish capital’s icon of public healthcare is now dedicated almost entirely to coronavirus patients. EL PAÍS spent three days inside to see how the daily battles are being fought
EL PAÍS travels to the places where Spain’s far-right party made the greatest gains at the November 10 election to find out what its supporters are like, and what they hope to gain from their vote. What emerges is a complex picture that cuts across age, social background and even ideology
Inspired by the Swedish teenage climate activist, the younger members of society are leading the fight against global warming
The gulf between two very different worlds has turned the Mediterranean into a graveyard. Thousands of people die each year trying to cross it. We traveled to the coast of Libya and the black hole of this humanitarian crisis.
Could we live to 140? 1,000? Is there a limit? Scientific research into extending the human lifespan is being backed by Silicon Valley giants such as Google and Facebook
The Perdón wind farm in Navarre is the birthplace of an industry in which Spain has played a pioneering role
America’s ambassador under Barack Obama put startups on the map in Spain. Now, as he moves back to the US, we take a look at the ecosystem he leaves in his wake
A group of people who were exonerated in the US regularly get together to share their stories
The garage band is wowing British and US critics
EL PAÍS meets one of the most controversial architects of his time
Photojournalist Carlos Spottorno has won third prize in the Short Feature category “At the gates of Europe” is an account of a migrant rescue operation at sea Guillermo Abril wrote the text for a project that began as a special for El País Semanal
In just a few years, actress Inma Cuesta has become a talisman for Spanish cinema
Antonio de la Torre gets his teeth into his first bona fide leading role in the acclaimed ‘Cannibal’
The island of Mallorca was hit by its worst wildfire in decades in late July. EL PAÍS visited the Unesco-protected area worst affected and talked to those caught in the path of the flames
With no job prospects at home in sight, growing numbers of Spaniards are trying their luck abroad
Santiago A. Zannou takes his cast to the limit for a tale of rage, racism and romance
Movement of directors and administrators between government and healthcare companies shows the ever-tightening links between the private and public sectors
Decades of financial mismanagement have brought the city to the brink of bankruptcy The new mayor is determined to impose order, but at what cost?
For two decades this tiny rural community in Extremadura siphoned off millions of euros in state, regional, and EU funding based on non-existent projects
The recent fires have been blamed in part on the continuing exodus from the countryside So who will look after the land?
The Pelayo family's almost-infallible gambling method won them over 1.5 million euros Their incredible story is now being brought to the big screen