Spain's government said it would go straight to court if Catalonia's regional parliament votes to launch a secession process next week, in what has become a major headache for Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.
Spain's next government after elections in December should repeal a highly contentious "gag law" that a raft of critics say is muzzling the media, a group of press freedom groups said.
The Spanish National Police reported on Friday that they had arrested a woman at Málaga airport upon her arrival back in Spain after allegedly trying to join Isis.
Political protest and social activism might not come to mind when you think of flamenco, but for some performers it has been a powerful tool for voicing political protest.
Spain has the third-highest rate of store thefts in Europe and the sixth-highest worldwide according to a new report.
La Estrella was once a bustling village, but for nearly half a century it has been home to just one couple.
A growing number of wealthy Germans are paying tens of thousands of euros to move olive trees from their sunny habitats in southern Spain to cold northern climes.
Spain’s Constitutional Court has unanimously rejected blocking the debate and vote on the motion declaring the start of the Catalan independence process.