Luis Suarez will start training with his new Barcelona team-mates on Friday after getting the green light from the Court of Arbitration for Sport, the Spanish giants confirmed.
The European Union's anti-fraud office estimates the EU lost €700 million ($940 million) in tax revenues from 2009 to 2013 as a result of tobacco smuggling through Gibraltar.
Spain's public debt has topped €1 trillion ($1.3 trillion) for the first time, the central bank announced on Thursday, despite years of government-imposed austerity.
Spanish coastguards were shocked on Tuesday to discover a baby girl, just months old, alone without her parents aboard a 'toy boat' in the waters off Spain's south coast.
Nine jihadists belonging to a recruitment cell for the terrorist group ISIS were arrested on Thursday in the north of Morocco with the help of Spanish security forces.
This year's Perseid meteor shower was almost obscured by the 'supermoon' but one photographer still managed to capture a stunning image of the event.
A judge in the Catalan city of Tarragona has ordered an investigation into the possible health impact of the area's chemical industry after discovering that only six per cent of local men have fully mobile sperm.
The German economy tripped up in the second quarter, registering negative growth of 0.2 percent, some way behind the 0.6 per cent growth clocked up by Spain in the same period.
City authorities ordered the closure of 49 cannabis clubs in Barcelona on Wednesday, the latest move to tighten a legal loophole that has given the city a global reputation as a 'pothead's paradise'.
A right-wing Spanish public sector union filed a lawsuit Wednesday against a revered ex-president of the autonomous region of Catalonia, accusing him of graft involving up to €18 million ($24 million).