A jihadist cell that was ready to launch an attack on Spain before being dismantled by police last week had plans to target King Felipe VI, it has emerged.
Spain raised the pressure on Greece on Monday to "honour its commitments" to its European partners to end its debt crisis and prevent its dropping out of the eurozone.
The Local talks to Brendan Murphy, Irishman, actor, sausage-maker and sometime pub landlord about why the Spanish go crazy for St. Patrick's Day.
El Caminito del Rey, dubbed "the world's most dangerous walkway", is set to reopen on March 28th after extensive repairs.
Following Edurne's slur on the city of Manchester, the Manchester Evening News printed an editorial calling Madrid "miserable" and "one of the worst cities" ever visited.
An advisor to German Chancellor Angela Merkel has compared the leader of Podemos to Hitler, expressing his concern over the rise of the left-wing political party in Spain.
A Manchester councillor has offered to show Spain's Eurovision entry, Edurne, around the city after she called it "uglier than the back of a fridge".
Banco Madrid is to enter insolvency proceedings, announced administrators on Monday, just days after the striken bank was taken over by Banco de España.
Islamic State extremists staged mock executions of Western captives held in a Syrian compound intended to be the jihadist answer to Guantanamo, former hostage Javier Espinosa revealed Sunday