Man jailed for branding lover with cattle iron

Man jailed for branding lover with cattle iron

A man has been jailed for three years in the north of Spain after branding his initial on to his girlfriend's back while she slept.

Spanish ‘caravan of love’ slammed as sexist

Spanish ‘caravan of love’ slammed as sexist

Ten thousand people have signed a petition in Spain against what they brand a sexist plan to bus in women to a remote town for a singles' night with paying local men.

Location tours start for ‘Game of Thrones’ fans

Location tours start for ‘Game of Thrones’ fans

As the fifth season of the hit TV show is just about to start, fans of the epic can follow in the footsteps of Khaleesi with a visit to those locations that were filmed in Spain.

‘No pooing’: village tells pilgrims in north Spain

‘No pooing’: village tells pilgrims in north Spain

A village in northern Spain has put up signs to stop pilgrims pooping on their doorsteps when they pass through on their pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela.

Catalan leader jumps on ‘Yes we can’ bandwagon

Catalan leader jumps on ‘Yes we can’ bandwagon

President of Catalonia, Artur Mas, has revived Barack Obama’s famous election slogan "yes we can" six years after it was originally used, to describe the struggle for Catalan independence on a visit to New York.

‘Hello everybody!’ – meet Spain’s Eurovision entry

‘Hello everybody!’ – meet Spain’s Eurovision entry

Spain's entry in this year's Eurovision Song Contest has released a video introducing herself to Europe in English.

Extradition bid for El Salvador colonel

Extradition bid for El Salvador colonel

The US Justice Department has asked a US court to approve the extradition to Spain of a former Salvadoran colonel accused of the 1989 murders of five Jesuit priests.

Spain’s ‘Citizens’ party fires up voters

Spain’s ‘Citizens’ party fires up voters

In the midst of a battle of the big old forces against surging left-wing party Podemos, another young challenger has emerged: centrist party Ciudadanos.