This article was a huge hit with readers in all its versions: Spanish, Portuguese and English. In the interview, which was read hundreds of thousands of times on the English Edition website, the Polish-born sociologist explains how he is skeptical about the possibilities for political change.
In the midst of winter, this isn’t the most timely article perhaps, but there’s plenty of useful information in here for anyone who regularly has to brave the scorching Spanish summer without the help of air conditioning.
Six people of Dominican origin were arrested in Madrid’s Tetuán neighborhood after a brawl between police and local residents left 14 officers – some of them off duty – injured. Check out the video and report here.
Again, not the most seasonal of stories, but anything to do with the Spanish weather is always a hit with readers of the EL PAÍS English Edition.
This story was originally published back in 2015, but pops into our top-10 most-read stories every once in a while. Judging by our readers’ comments on social networks, it appears that many expats and Spaniards alike would answer yes to the question posed in the headline.
There are two types of people in Spain: die-hard defenders of the Spanish timetable, with its long lunches and late-night TV schedule, and those who are clamoring for change. This chart and article explains the quirks of the average day in Spain.
Your indispensable guide to where you can strip off on Spain’s amazing beaches.
Bullfighting is always sure to provoke a reaction from our readers, and this story was no exception. Rodolfo Rodríguez, known as “El Pana,” was seriously injured in the ring, and opted to bow out rather than carry on fighting.
The British comedian, actor and activist came to the Madrid offices of EL PAÍS to talk about his current tour, during which he is learning his set in Spanish.
Animal cruelty in Spain is an issue that our readers have always shown an interest in, and this particularly grisly story took the second spot on our most-read list of articles this year.
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