Footage of former Spanish dictator Francisco Franco appeared on a live news debate programme on Madrid-based TV channel Telemadrid while an outspoken journalist spoke about former right-wing Prime Minister José María Aznar.
Spain's outdoor thermometers, found in countless squares, roundabouts and bus stops across the land, are leading us to believe the temperature is much higher than it actually is.
Eight-time French Open champion Rafael Nadal said in an interview published on Tuesday that he is not setting his sights on Roger Federer's record of 17 Grand Slam titles, despite claiming his 12th at Roland Garros last weekend.
Former death row inmate Joaquin Martinez, who was acquitted of a double homicide in the US state of Florida after five years behind bars, will be campaigning for the abolition of capital punishment in an international congress to be held in Madrid this week.
At least 32 flights between Spain and France have been cancelled because of a strike by French air traffic controllers.
Spain's tourist numbers could be boosted this summer by holidaymakers avoiding the conflict in Turkey and opting for a safer stay in Spain instead.
A German Shepherd dog who works with a Spanish Guardia Civil squad charged with protecting the King is to receive a prestigious international prize for saving lives during a 2009 attack by the Basque terrorist group Eta.
It seems crazy for a team that is currently world and European champions but Spain's lack of a first-choice striker remains a conundrum.
Spanish police detained two suspected ETA commandos in an early morning raid on Tuesday, striking a new blow against the already-weakened network of the armed Basque group, the government said.
Three distant relatives of Spain's 75-year-old King Juan Carlos have been been placed under investigation by a judge on suspicion of links to a Chinese mafia money laundering scandal, a judicial source said on Monday.