US warned Spain of Barcelona attack risk
US security agencies warned Spain in May that the Islamic State group was planning an attack in Barcelona, where the jihadists claimed a deadly van rampage earlier this month, local media said Thursday.
Villa 'on a cloud' over Spain recall
David Villa says he is floating on "a little cloud" after the 35-year-old's recall by Spain for the first time since the 2014 World Cup.
Catalonia government hit by resignations in pre-referendum crisis
Three prominent members of Catalonia's government have quit after cracks emerged in the Spanish region's separatist executive just months before a planned independence referendum opposed by Madrid.
Catalonia to declare immediate independence if 'yes' wins referendum
Catalonia will declare independence "immediately" if a majority of the Spanish region's voters opt for independence in a Scotland-style referendum called for October, its ruling coalition said Tuesday.
Spain sends reinforcements as fire spreads near wildlife reserve
Firefighters were battling Monday to contain a blaze threatening a renowned national park in southern Spain which has already led to the evacuation of some 2,000 people.
Spain's Catalonia announces October independence vote
The leader of Spain's Catalonia region, where a separatist movement is in full swing, on Friday announced an independence referendum for October 1 in defiance of Madrid which is firmly against such a vote.
Spain Supreme Court reviews Messi tax-fraud sentence
Spain's Supreme Court on Thursday started reviewing a 21-month jail sentence handed to Lionel Messi and his father for tax fraud after the Barcelona star lodged an appeal, a spokesman said. But even if the sentence is maintained, neither Messi nor his father are likely to spend time behind bars, as is common in Spain…
Spain demands that ETA apologise and disband
Spain on Saturday demanded that Basque separatist group ETA apologise for decades of violence and then disband "definitively" after it provided France with a list of arms caches to finalise a promise to disarm.
Costa feeling settled within Spain ahead World Cup qualifier
Diego Costa finally feels that he has adapted to Spain’s playing style after a troublesome start to his international career with his adopted country.
Spanish police exposes Nigerians' chilling trip to prostitution in Europe
Voodoo rituals, near-drowning in the Mediterranean, abortions: Spanish police recounted Wednesday the harrowing experiences of young Nigerian migrant girls forced into prostitution in places like Benidorm and eventually rescued.