Podemos lawmakers launch hunger strike over refugees

Podemos lawmakers launch hunger strike over refugees

Four politicians from Spain's leftist Podemos party are on hunger strike in a gesture of support to refugees.

Meet the Swedish man putting the Messi into baby changing

Meet the Swedish man putting the Messi into baby changing

A Swedish entrepreneur is branding baby nappies especially for Barcelona football fans.

Wannabe astronaut ‘blinded’ after Ibiza jump goes wrong

Wannabe astronaut ‘blinded’ after Ibiza jump goes wrong

When Yaiza entered a competition to go into space, little did she realize she would end up disabled and having to be signed off work for 800 days.

Fury as teacher admits abuse of NINE children yet walks free

Fury as teacher admits abuse of NINE children yet walks free

A Spanish Catholic teacher who admitted to molesting nine young children won't set foot in jail because of a legal loophole.

Two thirds of Spaniards want Britain to remain in EU

Two thirds of Spaniards want Britain to remain in EU

Some 67 percent of Spaniards insist the UK should remain within the EU.

‘Imagine Madrid without gays’ metro advert sparks row

‘Imagine Madrid without gays’ metro advert sparks row

Madrid locals have been criticizing a poster in the city's metro which asks the public to imagine the city without gay people.

El Hierro, the Canary Island aiming for 100% clean energy

El Hierro, the Canary Island aiming for 100% clean energy

The rugged Canary Island of El Hierro achieved its goal of producing all its energy using renewables on a day in February.

Almodóvar’s latest to compete for top prize at Cannes

Almodóvar’s latest to compete for top prize at Cannes

The Spanish film director's latest film Julieta will compete for the prestigious Palme d'Or at this year's Cannes Film Festival.