The Spanish government on Friday lowered its 2015 forecasts for unemployment and public debt, bolstering its claims of a surging economic recovery months ahead of a general election.
Tourists are a bigger problem for the inhabitants of Barcelona than poverty, according to a new poll, reflecting growing tensions as officials crack down on the numerous and at times misbehaving tourists.
A Spanish judge has opened a crimes against humanity probe against the Basque separatist group Eta in what a judicial source called the first such case of its kind.
Spanish singer-songwriter Antonio Orozco has just completed the gig of his life: singing live to 380 embryos to prove the power of music.
A silver and bronze plaque commemorating the launch of the ultimately doomed ocean liner had been presumed to be lost for 100 years, before reemerging a few days ago in Granada.
A Spanish court on Thursday freed a Chinese businessman accused of leading one of the country's biggest money-laundering scams after he posted bail of €400,000 ($440,000), a judicial source said.
Forest blazes in Spain have ravaged more than 15,000 hectares this week as the country chokes in a record heatwave at the start of its wildfire season, officials said on Thursday.