A 20-year-old student who infiltrated the inner circles of Spanish business and politics before being accused of a string of deception charges has claimed that he was arrested because he "knew too much".
Six out of ten Spaniards aged 18 to 30 say they are considering leaving Spain for work, but very few have actually spent any significant amount of time overseas, the results of a new survey reveal.
British telecoms giant BT said on Monday that it was in "preliminary" talks to buy back its former domestic mobile phone division O2 from Spanish peer Telefonica.
The French and German industrial giants Thales and Siemens said on Monday they had won a contract worth more than €500 million to revamp safety systems on a high-speed train line in Spain.
Updated: police on Monday arrested three priests and a teacher in Spain's Granada region as part of ongoing investigations into alleged child sexual abuse — the latest development in a case which has rocked Spain.
Spain's Castile–La Mancha region has announced a total ban on the use of phones in schools in a bid to end "a daily battle" between teachers and students.
Airborne archaeologists using plane-mounted lasers have discovered a 2,000-year-old network of ancient gold mines in the Eria valley in north-western Spain.
Spain's foreign minister arrived on Cuba on Sunday where he is set to deliver "very specific messages" from the US administration in the lead-up to a major pan-American summit in 2015, Spanish media are reporting.
A public funeral was held in the Spanish town of Fuensalida on Sunday for three teenagers run over a day earlier by a driver who later tested positive for alcohol. Two other children were also injured, one of them seriously.
Tens of thousands of Spaniards rallied in Madrid on Saturday threatening to punish the government in elections next year unless it revives a plan to restrict women's access to abortion.