Syrian boy smuggled into Spain under car seat

Syrian boy smuggled into Spain under car seat

Spanish police have arrested a man after he attempted to smuggle an 11-year-old Syrian boy into Spain by hiding him in a "subhuman" space under one of his car seats.

1% of Spaniards positive about economy: survey

1% of Spaniards positive about economy: survey

Despite the government's recent announcements that the worst of the crisis is over, a measly one percent of the Spanish population thinks the economic situation is "good", a new survey reveals.

VIDEO: Pop duo mock ‘phoney’ politicians

VIDEO: Pop duo mock ‘phoney’ politicians

Spanish pop duo Amaral have launched a controversial video for their new song 'Mouse Trap' which ironically portrays national and international politicians as victims of society's problems.

Plane makes emergency landing after engine fails

Plane makes emergency landing after engine fails

A plane which took off from Spain's Tenerife North Airport on Monday morning was forced to make an emergency landing after one its engines failed only minutes into the flight.

Spanish city becomes world albino capital

Spanish city becomes world albino capital

Albinos from as far afield as Japan and Australia met in the Spanish city of Valencia on Saturday to take part in a convention looking to shed some light on the social and genetic issues surrounding this rare condition.

Spanish police bust Iran weapons material gang

Spanish police bust Iran weapons material gang

Spain's Civil Guard police force said on Monday they had dismantled a criminal gang which was planning to ship weapons producing materials to Iran.

Model wanted in murder of expat millionaire

Model wanted in murder of expat millionaire

Spanish police are looking for a Slovakian model who they suspect shot dead her former lover, a British millionaire jeweller, in his home on the Costa de Sol on Saturday.

Want to use the internet? Can I see your ID?

Want to use the internet? Can I see your ID?

Spain plans to make operators of Spain's internet cafés register their customers' personal details in a bid to fight terrorism. Failure to do so could mean fines of up to €30,000 ($41,000) for businesses.

Venezuela slams Spain over police gear ban

Venezuela slams Spain over police gear ban

The government of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro, after more than two months of street protests, slammed Spain on Sunday for claiming it was not seeking dialogue with political foes.