Nato Security General Jens Stoltenberg met with Spanish leaders on Thursday, praising Spain's Nato support and emphasizing the number of global threats that still need to be addressed.
Scientists in the small town of Bergondo in Galicia may have found a vaccine for Alzheimer’s disease, new research has shown.
Spain’s ruling Popular Party is pushing a law which would classify bullfighting as part of Spain’s cultural heritage and could herald its return to Catalonia, where it is currently banned.
A group of 70 million-year old dinosaur eggs at one of Europe's major archaeological sites, Coll de Nargó in Lleida have been vandalised.
A start-up in the Canary Islands is selling a unique product – time. Customers can buy exclusive rights to a birth date, anniversary or even the September 11th attacks.
Thousands of homes were built illegally during Spain's housing boom and bought by unaware expats, leaving them vulnerable to demolition. Now, new rules will halt demolition until owners have been paid.
Researchers working to unearth the remains of Don Quixote author Miguel de Cervantes think they have finally found his skeleton.
The Spanish government has pledged over €10 million to protect the country’s coastline from climate change, the first of such measures Spain has taken to reduce environmental damage in the country.