Spain ruling party ran illegal slush fund: judge

Spain ruling party ran illegal slush fund: judge

A court probe has found that Spain's ruling Popular Party ran an illegal slush fund for 18 years, a judge said on Monday, reviving a corruption scandal that has embarrassed the government.

Row over King Juan Carlos sex-act sculpture

Row over King Juan Carlos sex-act sculpture

A controversial sculpture of former king Juan Carlos of Spain being sodomized has finally gone on display in Barcelona.

Palma de Mallorca named ‘best place to live’

Palma de Mallorca named ‘best place to live’

Palma de Mallorca has topped a Sunday Times list of "the best places to live" beating destinations across the world with its "picturesque old town", "fancy shops" and "slow-paced charm".

Spain third highest in EU for harmful products

Spain third highest in EU for harmful products

Spain reported the third highest number of dangerous products in 2014, according to new figures released by the European Commission on Monday.

Regional vote proves political game-changer

Regional vote proves political game-changer

A minority win for the PSOE, devastation for the PP, and the rise of two newcomers. What do the Andalusian election results mean for Spain's political parties?

Prison error after cops mistake soap for dope

Prison error after cops mistake soap for dope

A French businessman has been awarded €8,400 in compensation for serving jail time after Spanish police mistook the soap he was transporting for cocaine.

‘Most wanted’ killer found hiding in Canaries

‘Most wanted’ killer found hiding in Canaries

A convicted killer has been arrested in the Caranry Islands just days after appearing on a “most wanted” fugitives list.

Spain pressures Athens ahead of Berlin meet

Spain pressures Athens ahead of Berlin meet

Spain's economy minister turned the screw on Athens ahead of a meeting between the leaders of debt-wracked Greece and economic powerhouse Germany in Berlin on Monday.

Podemos fails to break two-party hold

Podemos fails to break two-party hold

Spain's anti-austerity Podemos party on Sunday took third place in a regional vote in Andalusia seen as a crucial test for the political newcomer ahead of the country's most unpredictable general election in decades.