Five days after a young woman was found dazed and confused on a beach in northern Spain with a mysterious message written on her arm, her identity has been revealed.
Cyber activists hacked the website of a major Spanish media industry body on Monday after the group came out in favour of a new draft law which would see websites like Google having to pay media outlets to post their content.
Descendants of the Muslims who were kicked out of Spain in the 17th century have criticized the Spanish government for only granting citizenship to the country's former Jewish population, saying the move could be "racist".
Spanish banks on Tuesday reported record-high bad loans in December as lenders continued to pay for the country's real estate bust even as the financial sector prepared to exit a €41-billion ($56 billion) bailout.
Fourteen Civil Guard officers at Spain's busy Malaga airport have been found guilty of accepting bribes in exchange for not confiscating 'contraband' materials.
A part-time painter who believed he had God-given powers to 'cure' small breasts and numerous bodily malformations has been released on bail by Barcelona police despite being accused of sexual abuse.
A new map puts Spain's chronic unemployment under the microscope, showing which parts of the country have been hardest hit by the jobs crisis.
Barcelona appear to have hit form with ominous timing for Champions League knockout-phase debutants Manchester City ahead of Tuesday's last 16 first leg between the sides at the Etihad Stadium.
Mexican authorities have deported to Spain two suspected members of the armed Basque separatist group Eta who are accused of being part of a unit that killed 18 people in the lead-up to the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona.