Rajoy faces second doomed vote to form Spanish govt

Rajoy faces second doomed vote to form Spanish govt

Spain's acting prime minister will seek parliament's backing to form a government for the second time on Friday but has little hope of success, raising the possibility of a third election in a year.

Spanish café offers cut-price coffee to those with manners

Spanish café offers cut-price coffee to those with manners

A café owner at a beach resort in Catalonia is encouraging good manners by charging customers less if they mind their p’s and q’s.

Spanish unemployment creeps up with end of summer

Spanish unemployment creeps up with end of summer

The number of people registered as unemployed in Spain rose by 14,435 to 3.69 million in August from a month earlier, its first increase since February.

Spain is about to dig up the remains of Franco’s generals

Spain is about to dig up the remains of Franco’s generals

City authorities in Pamplona have ordered the exhumation and removal from a public site of two generals who, alongside Franco, led the coup that sparked Spain's Civil War.

What’s on in Spain: September 2016

What’s on in Spain: September 2016

From Roman battle re-enactments, to flamenco street festivals to celebrating wine, there are lots of great events happening in Spain this September.