Dealers used megaphone to advertise drugs

Dealers used megaphone to advertise drugs

Three men who were arrested after allegedly using a megaphone to announce they had ecstasy, speed and marijuana for sale at last year's Ortiguera festival of Celtic music are due to appear in court in Galicia.

Two-year-old stabbed to death in Madrid

Two-year-old stabbed to death in Madrid

A two-year-old child was killed in Madrid early on Friday afternoon, allegedly stabbed to death by his mother, who is currently in a serious condition after overdosing on pills.

Furious farmers defy Russia with free fruit

Furious farmers defy Russia with free fruit

Agricultural workers gave 10 tonnes (10,000kg) of free fruit and vegetables to residents of the Spanish capital on Friday morning in protest against the Russian embargo on European farm imports.

Top politician charged in ‘hit-and-run’ scandal

Top politician charged in ‘hit-and-run’ scandal

In a case of will she? won't she? Spanish politician Esperanza Aguirre, an influential figure in Spain's ruling Popular Party was on Friday finally charged with a crime over an April incident in which she knocked over a police motorbike.

Spanish PM wins 70,000 mystery Twitter fans

Spanish PM wins 70,000 mystery Twitter fans

A surge in the number of Arab followers of the official Twitter account of Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has prompted a flurry of press attention and satirical comments on social media.

Spanish teen with cancer lives out football dream

Spanish teen with cancer lives out football dream

A 13-year-old boy suffering from an aggressive form of cancer saw his footballing dream fulfilled on Thursday night when he scored a goal in a friendly match between his beloved Villarreal CF and Scottish football team Celtic.

Israel blocks Gaza visit of Spanish politician

Israel blocks Gaza visit of Spanish politician

A delegation of left-wing European Parliamentarians including Pablo Iglesias, leader of Spain's Podemos party, have been denied permission to enter Gaza to report on the impact of the actions of the Israeli military.

‘Liberty comes at a price’: Catalan leader

‘Liberty comes at a price’: Catalan leader

The president of Spain's Catalonia region Artur Mas on Thursday attempted to calm regional business leaders by telling them a planned November vote on the issue of independence does not automatically mean secession from Spain.

Spanish label Desigual eyes more elegant future

Spanish label Desigual eyes more elegant future

One of Barcelona's most successful labels, Desigual, celebrated its 30th birthday in a riot of print and colour at New York Fashion Week on Thursday with CEO Manel Jadraque signaling a more sophisticated future for the Spanish brand.

New look Spain falls short against France

New look Spain falls short against France

France got the better of a new-look Spain team on Thursday, a superb strike from substitute Loic Remy in the second half giving the hosts a 1-0 friendly victory.