Anger in Spain over Pamplona festival gang rape case

Anger in Spain over Pamplona festival gang rape case

"I believe you": Spaniards have adopted the slogan to support the victim of an alleged gang rape at the Pamplona bull running festival, a case that has shocked the country just as the world reels from major sexual harassment scandals.

Spain one of the worst EU countries for income inequality: report

Spain one of the worst EU countries for income inequality: report

A new report by the European Commission warns that while Spain's economy is improving it is among the worst performers in the union for income inequality, and young people are in a risky position.

Real Madrid legend Fernando Hierro returns to Spanish FA

Real Madrid legend Fernando Hierro returns to Spanish FA

Fernando Hierro returned as the Spanish football federation's sporting director on Thursday six years after leaving the role to pursue a coaching career.

Over 200,000 Spaniards call for ban of Franco Foundation

Over 200,000 Spaniards call for ban of Franco Foundation

More than 200,000 Spaniards have signed a petition filed in parliament on Thursday asking the government to ban the National Francisco Franco Foundation (FNFF), which glorifies Spain's former dictator.

Ousted Catalan government ditches unilateral independence push

Ousted Catalan government ditches unilateral independence push

Spanish media reports that Carles Puigdemont's PdeCat party and its former government ally, ERC, were planning to abandon a call for Catalonia to break away from Spain "unilaterally".