A campaign poster criticizing the cost to the state of foreign unaccompanied minors and the use of insults such as ‘rat’ are reminiscent of formulas used by Hitler to disseminate hate messages
We have ditched cash for cards, we buy more items online but fewer clothes, we smoke less and adopt more animals. The data reflects how everyday lives in Spain have been transformed in a way that may be here to stay
Outlets like 'The Sun' and the 'Daily Mail' claimed a seismic swarm could lead to an imminent blast
Propaganda-style film by Catalan independence association Òmnium Cultural is based on misinformation
The Latino media’s claims do not withstand scrutiny, but why let the facts get in the way of a good story?
Catalan premier and Spanish PM coincide at meeting to discuss immigration and terrorism
Spending of €6.2 billion on repairs is required, but 2014 budget shows more cuts “The state of maintenance is deficient, borderline very deficient,” notes the report.
Government’s recently passed reforms will mean heftier fines for violators Alcohol tests for pedestrians and a ban on speed camera detectors among the new measures
Authorities’ appeal to public for identity of 20-year-old was successful in just 24 hours
New draft road safety law is up for debate in Senate as experts warn of “dramatic” consequences
Tougher sanctions will be introduced for driving under the influence of alcohol or with traces of drug use
Close to 100 Spanish military personnel died during the mission