CORONAVIRUS

First day of public smoking ban in Spain’s Galicia: ‘The measure benefits everyone’

EL PAÍS spoke to smokers and non-smokers alike about their opinions on the new restrictions aimed at curbing coronavirus contagion in the northwestern region

AIR SAFETY

Passengers on stricken Air Canada flight: “Everything was shaking”

A Toronto-bound plane was forced to make an emergency landing in Madrid on Monday after sustaining tire damage during takeoff

HISTORICAL MEMORY

Franco’s family requests military funeral honors at his exhumation

In a letter to the executive, the relatives of the late dictator say he is entitled to a gun salute and other shows of respect just like any other head of government

Spanish royal family

Spanish king’s brother-in-law leaves prison for first time to work as volunteer

Iñaki Urdangarin, who is married to Felipe VI’s sister Cristina, will spend two days a week helping disabled adults as he completes his five-year prison sentence for embezzlement

SPANISH ELECTIONS

The suspicious victory of far-right group Vox in a tiny Spanish town

Could a change in the law, and the nuns who run a residence for women with learning disabilities, have played a determining role on election results in Gotarrendura?