Spanish police target 50 town halls in corruption probe

Spanish police target 50 town halls in corruption probe

Spanish police on Tuesday said they have launched an operation targeting some 50 town halls and made a dozen arrests as part of an investigation into fraudulent public contracts.

Court makes pregnant woman induce labour against her will

Court makes pregnant woman induce labour against her will

After a Barcelona woman declined her doctor's suggestion to induce labour, the hospital came back with police and a court order telling her she had to.

Immigrant tries to cross into Spain posing as cyclist

Immigrant tries to cross into Spain posing as cyclist

The man, from Algeria, tried to cross from Morocco to Ceuta by riding alongside a Spanish cycle club.

Spanish airline Vueling cuts flights for sixth day running

Spanish airline Vueling cuts flights for sixth day running

Hundreds of passengers were left stranded on Tuesday following the sixth straight day of cancellations and major delays.

Brits demand dual citizenship for expats in Spain post Brexit

Brits demand dual citizenship for expats in Spain post Brexit

A petition to the Spanish government is asking that British expats who have lived in Spain for at least ten years receive double nationality.

First sexually transmitted Zika case registered in Spain

First sexually transmitted Zika case registered in Spain

The case was registered in Madrid, as the total number of cases rises to 167.

Waiter slammed for denying service to Catalan-speaker

Waiter slammed for denying service to Catalan-speaker

The waiter refused to serve a man speaking Catalan on a Balearic Island ferry because he did not understand, sparking a fierce debate.

More than 130,000 dogs and cats rescued in Spain in 2015

More than 130,000 dogs and cats rescued in Spain in 2015

Animal shelters and other groups picked up more than 137,000 dogs and cats last year that would have been left abandoned.

Spain’s unemployment figures drop to 7-year low in June

Spain’s unemployment figures drop to 7-year low in June

Spain's unemployment figures fell in June to the lowest point since September 2009, the country’s Employment Ministry announced on Monday.

5 good reasons why Indians would feel at home in Spain

5 good reasons why Indians would feel at home in Spain

Travelling to Spain and not sure what to expect? If you're Indian, fear not - you'll feel right at home.