Confidence in judiciary sinks to new low in Spain

Confidence in judiciary sinks to new low in Spain

Public trust in the Spanish judiciary has plummeted in the last three years with only Bulgarians and Slovakians showing less faith in their judicial systems.

9 out of 10 downloads in Spain are illegal

9 out of 10 downloads in Spain are illegal

A new study has revealed that in Spain almost 88 percent of all online cultural content is pirated, making the country one of the worst in Europe for internet piracy.

Brit expat, 76, arrested for killing girlfriend

Brit expat, 76, arrested for killing girlfriend

A British pensioner has been arrested on suspicion of murdering his companion after her decomposed body was discovered in southern Spain.

Spanish bond yields hit record low

Spanish bond yields hit record low

The yield on Spanish, Italian and German 10-year government bonds fell to new record lows on Tuesday, the day after the ECB began a massive bond-buying programme to ward off deflation in the eurozone.

Ryanair will fly to ‘ghost airport’ of Castellón

Ryanair will fly to ‘ghost airport’ of Castellón

The runway has yet to have an aircraft touch down on its tarmac, but more than four years after opening, Castellón airport will welcome its first passengers.

Basque rockers banned from playing Madrid

Basque rockers banned from playing Madrid

Madrid's city hall stands accused of gagging free speech after cancelling a concert by Basque thrash rockers Soziedad Alkoholika on grounds that they could "incite public disorder".

Naked mayor? Candidate strips off in bid for votes

Naked mayor? Candidate strips off in bid for votes

A right-wing political candidate in the Basque town of Portugalete has stripped off on a campaign poster to denounce corruption in Spanish politics.

Two jihadists arrested in Ceuta planning attacks

Two jihadists arrested in Ceuta planning attacks

Police have arrested two jihadists in the north African enclave of Ceuta who they suspect formed part of a cell poised to launch a terrorist attack in Spain.

Led by Spain, UN puts Libya weapons on hold

Led by Spain, UN puts Libya weapons on hold

Libya's request for UN approval to buy fighter jets, tanks and other weaponry to fight Islamic State militants has been put on hold at the request of seven Security Council members led by Spain, diplomats said Monday.