Tens of thousands of mourners packed Seville's Gothic cathedral and lined nearby streets on Friday for the funeral of Spain's flamboyant Duchess of Alba, the world's most-titled aristocrat, who died on Thursday aged 88.
German state prosecutors on Friday said they have taken into custody a Spanish national suspected of forging identification papers for Basque terrorist movement ETA while working at a university.
Spain on Friday awarded Spanish citizenship to two African missionaries who helped ensure the recovery of Madrid-based nursing assistant Teresa Romero.
Isabel Pantoja, known as "Spain's widow" after her bullfighter husband's death, began serving a two-year prison term on Friday for money laundering after a seemingly endless series of last-ditch court appeals were rejected.
Updated: Catalonia's embattled president has criticized the state prosecutor-general's lodging of a criminal complaint against him over alleged offenses including abuse of power for holding a symbolic vote on independence in the Spanish region.
Just over a third of all Spanish employees earned the country's minimum wage of €9,034 ($11,200) in 2013, with almost all workers under 25 having to make do with that amount, official figures published on Thursday show.
Rampant tourism is threatening the coastline of the Spanish holiday island of Ibiza while other major wilderness areas are also being seriously neglected by Spanish authorities, a new study shows.
Police have arrested the long-term partner of Spanish TV star Koldo Losada after the actor's bloody body was found in their Bilbao flat along with corpse of their dog.
Updated: a Spanish aid worker who may have contracted the Ebola virus has been admitted to Madrid's Carlos III hospital after being repatriated from Mali.
A 65-year-old pharmacy teacher has been arrested along with 14 people in raids against a gang that allegedly produced speed in Spain's Zamora and Salamanca provinces, in a case with similarities to the hit US television show Breaking Bad.