Most Spaniards have never read Don Quixote

Most Spaniards have never read Don Quixote

It is the undisputed classic of Spanish literature, and one of the most influential novels ever published, but a new poll has revealed that over 60 percent of Spaniards have never read Don Quixote.

Shock as porno filmed at famous tourist spot

Shock as porno filmed at famous tourist spot

Passersby were stunned as a man and semi-nude woman shot an erotic fetish film outside a popular tourist attraction in Valencia in broad daylight.

Spain detains suspected female Isis recruiter

Spain detains suspected female Isis recruiter

Spanish police arrested on Tuesday a woman on the Canary Islands suspected of recruiting girls and teenagers for the Islamic State group, the interior ministry said.

Two Americans and a Brit gored in Pamplona

Two Americans and a Brit gored in Pamplona

Two Americans and a British man were gored and eight others hurt on Tuesday as runners dashed ahead of six half-tonne fighting bulls in a fast first running of the bulls at Spain's annual San Fermin festival.

Jihadist messages about Spain raise terror alert

Jihadist messages about Spain raise terror alert

Spain's Interior Ministry has raised the country's terror altert to its highest level since the 2004 Madrid bombings in response to Spain being mentioned in jihadist social networks linked to the Islamic State.

400-year-old Spanish treasure on sale in NY

400-year-old Spanish treasure on sale in NY

An exquisite gold chalice, an emerald-encrusted crucifix and a gold bar go on auction in New York next month, recovered from a Spanish ship that sank off the coast of Florida in 1622.

Hunt for Britain’s Most Wanted hits the Costas

Hunt for Britain’s Most Wanted hits the Costas

A 13-foot-high digital screen broadcasting the faces of 18 of Britain’s Most Wanted fugitives is on tour around British ex-pat hot spots in Spain, with British crime fighting agencies hoping the scheme will flush out the country's Most Wanted criminals.

Spanish Prime Minister backs further Greek aid

Spanish Prime Minister backs further Greek aid

Spain's conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Monday said he backed aid for Greece but not without "responsibility" and reforms on Athens' part, a day after Greeks voted decisively against more austerity in a referendum.