European Commission president Jose Manuel Barroso blasted Spain's central bank on Monday for glossing over problems in the country's banks before a near melt-down in the sector.
Spain's royal family has published photos on Twitter showing king-to-be Prince Felipe posing with his daughters, as both pro- and anti-monatchy attention turns to Thursday's forthcoming enthronement ceremony.
Over 50 people, mostly dressed in Ikea's signature blue and yellow, are camping out in the summer sun in the hope of winning cash prizes for being the first customers in the Swedish furniture chain's new establishment in Valencia.
The Spanish government has refused to allow a march in Madrid on Thursday by republicans which was scheduled to coincide with the enthronement parade of Prince Felipe.
The American singer demonstrated a better grasp of 'twerking' than of Spanish regional geography when she waved the flag of the autonomous Basque Country during her recent concert in Barcelona, capital of the independence-seeking Catalonia.
Spain's Justice Minister has caused outrage after he pardoned a suspended Civil Guard officer who filmed his friend sexually harassing a woman. The officer is the son of a member of Spain's ruling Popular Party.
The Spanish Air Security Agency is preparing a controversial new law which will order all pilots and air traffic controllers in Spanish airspace to speak only English.
US President Barack Obama phoned Spain's King Juan Carlos on Sunday to congratulate him on his "historic" reign and thank him for being a friend of the United States.
Spanish police arrested eight people in a pre-dawn raid in Madrid on Monday, breaking up a jihadist recruitment network led by a former Guantanamo Bay inmate, the government said.