VIDEO: Madrid zoo premieres baby panda

VIDEO: Madrid zoo premieres baby panda

Madrid zoo's newest attraction giant panda Xing Bao made his first appearance on Wednesday as he took a tour of the zoo's panda enclosure.

Frustrated ‘starchitect’ ditches Madrid plans

Frustrated ‘starchitect’ ditches Madrid plans

World famous British architect Norman Foster has ditched plans to move his prestigious foundation to Spain's capital for reasons sources close to the project have labelled a 'balls-up by the State'.

Half of Spain’s internet users download illegally

Half of Spain’s internet users download illegally

The Spanish government's bid to crackdown on internet piracy has been dealt another blow with a new report showing more than half of all Spaniards accessed illegal material in 2013.

‘Chorizo from hell’ badly burns Dutch tourists

‘Chorizo from hell’ badly burns Dutch tourists

Two Dutch tourists have been flown back home after a flambéed chorizo they ordered in a restaurant in southern Spain caused them second-degree burns on much of their faces and upper bodies.

Spain wakes up to Catalan-sized hangover

Spain wakes up to Catalan-sized hangover

In the wake of the Spanish parliament's rejection of a bid by Catalonia to hold a vote on the issue of independence, the country's media outlets are asking what will happen next.

Spain’s property sales plummet in February

Spain’s property sales plummet in February

Spanish property sales fell 27.6 percent drop in February 2014 compared to figures for the same month a year earlier, in the wake of a government decision to withdrew tax exemptions for new homeowners.

Deflation could kill off Spain’s recovery: IMF

Deflation could kill off Spain’s recovery: IMF

The IMF on Tuesday fingered Spain as the only country in the eurozone at "high risk" of deflation, calling on the European Central Bank to do more to battle the problem.

Scammer kills herself after daughter’s kidnap

Scammer kills herself after daughter’s kidnap

A year after fleeing China for Spain, having conned 350 people out of €40 million, Lili Dai wasn’t expecting anyone to come after her and her family.

‘Franco street’: Spanish town turns back clock

‘Franco street’: Spanish town turns back clock

A Spanish mayor has stunned residents of his town by changing the name of a local street back to 'Generalissimo', an honorific reserved for Spain's former dictator Francisco Franco.

Spanish MPs reject Catalan referendum bid

Spanish MPs reject Catalan referendum bid

Spain's parliament on Tuesday roundly rejected a Catalan petition to call a referendum on secession, setting the stage for a bitter sovereignty struggle between the central government and the wealthy northeastern region.