Iceland revokes order to ‘kill Basques on sight’

Iceland revokes order to ‘kill Basques on sight’

In a small town on the western coast of Iceland last week, authorities finally revoked a 400-year-old order that allowed Basques to be killed on sight.

First quake survivors arrive back in Spain

First quake survivors arrive back in Spain

A group of Spanish survivors who were among the first Europeans to be evacuated from Katmandu arrived back in Madrid. Meanwhile fears grew for those still missing.

What’s on in Spain: May 2015

What’s on in Spain: May 2015

May is the month of festivals, festivals and more festivals - from music shows, to horse shows to, of course, an international puppet show.

UK is top study abroad destination for Spaniards

UK is top study abroad destination for Spaniards

Could it be the famed fish and chips, the daily drizzle or the Mr Darcy effect? Great Britain is the destination of choice for Spanish students, a new study has revealed.

Real Madrid and Atletico could face transfer bans

Real Madrid and Atletico could face transfer bans

Spanish giants Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid could be banned from registering new players for a year for irregularities in the signing of minors, Spanish radio station Cadena SER reported on Wednesday.

Madrid shamed as ‘dirtiest’ city in Spain

Madrid shamed as ‘dirtiest’ city in Spain

Oviedo in the north has been crowned the cleanest out of Spain's cities but the nation's capital Madrid comes bottom in a new study.

Outrage as parents beat coach, 17, in soccer row

Outrage as parents beat coach, 17, in soccer row

A shocking video has emerged showing a mob of angry parents invading the pitch and attacking a teenage football coach during a youth league game in Catalonia.

Spain’s shoe sector shines in black economy

Spain’s shoe sector shines in black economy

Hunched over her sewing machine in a Spanish workshop, a woman puts together a ballerina slipper which will soon slip onto the foot of a customer in Madrid, New York or Tokyo.