Interior Ministry to change parts of controversial Citizens Safety Law

State agencies and political parties say many items of proposed law are unconstitutional

Police in Spain and Morocco break up alleged terrorism ring

Suspects reportedly recruited volunteers to fight in Syria, Mali and Libya Sting proves “excellent” level of cooperation against Al Qaeda, say official sources

Five arrested in Spain’s first case of human organ trafficking

Organization allegedly paid poor migrants up to €40,000 to donate their kidneys or liver parts

10th anniversary of the 11-m BOMBINGS

High risk of new Islamist attacks, government warns

Interior Ministry concerned over existence of "lone wolves" and local terror cells Experts also focusing on Islamists who return home after training in combat zones


Universal justice bill will now allow narco boat seizures

Reform's wording limits law enforcement from boarding vessels in international waters


Captured ETA terrorists had been living quietly in Mexico for 22 years, say sources

The couple's two teenage children reportedly didn't know about their parents' past


30,000 sub-Saharan migrants awaiting border crossing attempt

In wake of Ceuta tragedy police say immigrants coordinate mass assaults on fences


Woman arrested for stabbing sports reporter’s wife hired hitmen, say sources

Partner and daughter of COPE radio sports journalist Paco González recovering in hospital


A blast from the past

Decision to purchase water cannon divides police and evokes Franco era


Police rescue children being held to force moms into prostitution

Nigerian women were working in the sex trade in France Youngsters were held captive in Toledo

Government draft bill moves to quell street protests and anti-social behavior

Fines of up to 600,000 euros to be levied for unauthorized Congress demonstrations


Madrid police arrest 300 neo-Nazis in three years amid fears over victim “hunts”

Catalan sovereignty bid fueling latest surge in extremism

‘Abducted’ Basque rockers unharmed after virtual Mexico City kidnapping

Indie band members became hotel hostages after threatening phone calls


Toxicology report shows that child Asunta died from sedatives overdose

Investigating judge keeps mother in jail stating that her involvement is “clear”


Fake “spy chief” gave recruits sex tests

Victims were asked to provide money and sexual favors to secure fictitious jobs as secret agents


Brussels cool on Spanish proposal to lift visas for Colombians and Peruvians

European Commission may consider move next year Rajoy government announced sudden change of policy

Mercenaries' tales

The human face of the Battle of Bailén

Civil Guard historians unearth Swiss mercenaries’ recruitment documents


"I can’t go any faster or they’ll give me a fine," driver wrote on Facebook

Francisco José Garzón Amo, who has tested negative for alcohol, made comments last year

The mystery of a skeleton inside a wetsuit; decomposed body found floating off coast

Police say dead man may have been a Moroccan migrant who tried to swim across to Spanish shore


The myths behind airport transit areas: are they really a no man’s land?

Legal experts agree that a country has sovereignty over these zones


Police will gain access to private investigators’ files under reform plan

Government’s proposals criticized by professional associations as a knee-jerk reaction to Método 3 case


ETA’s self-styled exiles expected at weekend gathering in Bayonne

Basque left’s bid to repatriate terrorist group’s former members gathers pace with France event

Spain and US authorities dismantle “PayPal of organized crime”

Founders of global-scale money-laundering operation arrested in Madrid

Blackmailer who sent ETA threats sentenced to 25 years

Court at loss to understand why wealthy businessman should attempt to pull off extortion racket

Stolen-baby network also sought mothers outside Spain

Civil Guard uncovers illegal adoption ring bringing Moroccan children into country via Melilla

Two men arrested on terrorism charges in Zaragoza and Murcia

Police believe Algerian and Moroccan had links to Al Qaeda

Escrache protests

Doorstep protestors may face fines of up to 6,000 euros in Madrid

Former Popular Party lawmaker threatens to beat up “hippie” demonstrators