United Nations climate negotiations were deadlocked deep into overtime and through Friday night, with even the best-case outcome likely to fall well short of what science says is needed to avert a future ravaged by global warming.
International students from around the world often jump at the chance to study in the US. So why is that some American students are defecting to study in Sweden instead?
'We will become foreign on February 1st in countries that many of us have come to regard as our home.'
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Spanish national rail service Renfe has unveiled the name of its new low-cost, high-speed trains between Madrid and Barcelona.
Here in the waning weeks of 2019, it’s natural to look back at the decade that’s drawing to an end. But the close of a decade is not just about looking backward - it’s also a good time to consider what the next ten years have in store.
We asked our readers what surprised them most about working and living in Europe. This is what they had to say.
Renfe workers have called a strike for Friday December 20th on the day that tens of thousands of travellers head home for the holidays.
Fears over Brexit and the subsequent end of freedom of movement for UK workers has led to a dramatic loss of seasonal jobs at ski resorts and holiday destinations in Europe, new research has found.
Spain's proposed coalition could succeed, even without a majority in parliament.
Heath Savage, who swapped the Sydney suburbs for rural life in Galicia, finds out just how important fiestas are in village life.
Home to one of Spain's most important private art collections that includes paintings by Goya, Velazquez and Rubens, the Liria Palace was for decades Madrid's best kept cultural secret.
Amnesty International has called for the immediate release of two jailed Catalan leaders, insisting that the "vague" and "overly broad" interpretation of sedition used to jail them could have a profound effect on the right to protest in Spain.
Winter in Spain brings all sorts of wonderful things, cocidos and skiing to name but a few. But it also brings various winter lurgies.
One of the best things about the cold months in Spain is that it's a perfect excuse to enjoy winter warming dishes.
From the Pyrenees to the Sierra Nevada, The Local looks at some of the best places in Spain to hit the slopes and enjoy the après-ski.
The young leader of Spain's conservative Popular Party, Pablo Casado, has toned down his harsh rhetoric ahead of Sunday's repeat general election after leading the PP to its worst ever results with an aggressive campaign the last time around.
From what to wear to what to order, we've got the tips to help you blend in like a true local as the mercury drops.
More and more people are also choosing to live in the buzz of Spain’s third city, Valencia. But what is it about the coastal city that is proving so attractive?
Richard Torné reflects on the recent exhumation of the Spanish dictator and what it tells us about modern Spain.
Several members of Spain's opera community have leapt to Spanish tenor Placido Domingo's defence after other performers accused him of sexual harassment.
The collapse of holiday firm Thomas Cook has sent shock waves through the Spanish tourist industry as they count the cost of the loss.