CORONAVIRUS

‘It is easy to blame us for spread of Covid-19, rather than the people in authority’

EL PAÍS speaks with residents in districts affected by the restrictions on mobility about the rise in coronavirus cases and whether the new rules will be able to curb contagion

CORONAVIRUS

The 88-year-old Spanish couple who defeated the coronavirus together

Side by side in hospital, Guadalupe and José were able to defeat Covid-19, which claims 22.2% of patients in their age bracket

VALLEY OF THE FALLEN

The last Sundays with Franco

Thousands of people are traveling to the Valley of the Fallen to take a selfie at the Spanish dictator’s tomb before his body is transferred elsewhere

ELECTIONS IN SPAIN

In Spain, a mayoral contender refuses to step down over a murder in her past

Pilar Baeza, who is running for office in Ávila with Podemos, says the recent revelation is due to the fact that she refused to yield to blackmail

TRAGEDY IN MÁLAGA

Final dawn for the Julen Roselló rescue mission

The body of the two-year-old was found early on Saturday by rescuers who worked tirelessly for 13 days to locate the toddler

TRAGEDY IN MÁLAGA

After 13-day search mission, body of Julen Roselló located in borehole

The two-year-old was found at 1.25am local time on Saturday morning. The rescue efforts faced constant delays due to the nature of the terrain and the difficulty in reaching the area

TRAGEDY IN MÁLAGA

Julen Roselló rescue: “This is a work of humanitarian civil engineering”

Technicians have overcome the latest setback in the race to locate the trapped toddler, and miners are getting ready to go down to a depth of 60 meters

TRAGEDY IN MÁLAGA

Timeline of Julen tragedy: “A child has fallen down a small hole. He needs to be rescued”

EL PAÍS recounts the events following the disappearance of the two-year-old, who fell down a borehole in Málaga on January 13

CRIME

How Spain’s Civil Guard used the deep web to catch a pedophile

The authorities managed to track down a man who had 63,000 photos of naked children on a cellphone he inadvertently lost

CRIME

The toxic ripple effect of Diana Quer’s murder

Relatives of the alleged killer are being relentlessly harassed on social media

DIANA QUER CASE

The media circus around Diana Quer’s family

Media transformed the private life of the Quer family into an explosive soap opera

Crime

The Galician town shaken by the Diana Quer case

Three days of mourning are declared in Rianxo as the facts surrounding the teen’s death come to light

Sexual assault

Pamplona gang rape victim: “Don’t leave me alone, please”

Prosecutors make impassioned call for accused to be jailed for 22 years over alleged sexual assault in 2016

SEXUAL ABUSE

The “other” Pamplona gang rape trial

The defense in the Sanfermines rape case is complaining about parallel process outside the court, while using the media to mount its own sideshow

SEXUAL ASSAULT AT THE RUNNING OF THE BULLS

Pamplona rape trial reveals changing attitudes to sexual violence in Spain

Attempts to blame victim of alleged assault widely rejected as attacks receive global attention

Diana Quer disappearance

Just where is missing Spanish teenager Diana Quer?

Eleven months after 18-year-old disappeared, police unblock her cellphone, raising hopes of new clues

OPINION

Cristiano Ronaldo: Leave it to the courts

If proven, the Real Madrid player’s tax evasion would mean those of us who support both him and the team have also been defrauded

Tennis

Rafa Nadal: the legend that keeps on growing

The Spaniard has never before stormed through a Grand Slam event like he did over the last fortnight

HEALTH

The wrong sperm? Top court rules against clinic over pregnancy mix-up

Woman’s children born with different blood type, leading to accusations against her of infidelity

OPINION

Anti-system

No progress can be made without a crowd protesting over something that will be viewed as normal in five years

SPANISH ELECTION 2015

Spanish PM attacker was “euphoric” after punch, say witnesses

Seventeen-year-old who hit Mariano Rajoy in Galicia said he would happily do it again