Spain's public broadcaster stages mutiny after government orders shutdown
RTVV closes shop in Valencia, Spain, of debt-riddled Channel 9 as laid-off staff stage live protest.
Spanish court issues arrest warrant against former Chinese president over Tibet
Analysis: Spain can expect pain to rain down from Beijing.
Concert pianist Laia Martin on trial for noisy practicing
Spanish concert pianist Laia Martin is on trial and could face more than seven years in jail after a neighbor complained her practicing caused psychological damage.
Spanish court orders release of 9 ETA prisoners following European rights ruling
The convicts were freed after the European Court of Human Rights found Spain had acted illegally by extending ETA prisoners’ sentences.
Spain reports first case of Middle East virus
The health ministry says the latest patient, resident in Spain and born in Morocco, checked into a Madrid hospital and is in stable condition.
Spain: Friendship amid the Basque conflict
Two years after ETA renounced violence, a new film highlights the legacy of the militant group’s campaign.
Spanish media: NSA spied on 60 million calls in Spain in a single month
So far, Spain has resisted backing a "no spy deal" advocated by Germany and France, in which countries would agree to halt mutual espionage.
Spain exits recession, job losses ease: central bank
After nine straight quarters of contraction in the second trough of a double-dip recession, Spain's economy grew by 0.1 percent.
Tourists from these 10 countries are most likely to steal stuff
You like those hand towels? Some people take them home.
Russia, England, Spain reach World Cup 2014, Bosnia-Herzegovina reaches rapture
Four more European nations qualify for World Cup 2014 in Brazil, including history-making Bosnia Herzegovina.
Formula One test driver Maria de Villota found dead
The 33-year-old De Villota appears to have died of natural causes, as she recovered from a crash that caused serious head injuries.
Spanish court to indict Hu Jintao over genocide of Tibetans: reports
The lawsuit filed by Thubten and a Tibetan activist group, the Madrid-based Comite de Apoyo al Tibet, accuses Hu and other former state leaders including Jiang Zemin and Li Peng of committing crimes against humanity in Tibet.
Spanish band Delorean falls victim to 'virtual kidnapping' in Mexico
'The death threats were absolutely real,' Spanish indie band said reportedly after ransom calls were made to their relatives in Spain.
Spain's ills partially due to their time zone?
"Spain for more than 71 years has not been in the correct time zone."
People waiting in lines for things (PHOTOS)
Lots of people are waiting in lines for iPhones today. Here are some other reasons to wait in lines.
Spain: 5-month-old baby killed in airport baggage carousel accident
The infant died after being placed on a heavy baggage carousel at Alicante-Elche Airport.
'Terminator' plastic world's first self-healing polymer (VIDEO)
Can regenerating cyborgs — a la 'Terminator' — be far behind?
Spanish city searches for owner of winning lottery ticket worth $6.3M
The owner of the winning lottery ticket left it in the store where it was purchased.
Thank goodness it's Goat Week!
For obvious reasons.
Catalans form human chain for independence
Hundreds of thousands are expected to take part in the latest push for this Spanish region to break away from Spain.
Human chain stretches across Spain as Catalonians march for independence
Thousands link arms over 250 miles as Catalonians searching for independence from Spain form human chain.
Tokyo beats Madrid, Istanbul to host 2020 Summer Olympic Games
Tokyo was seen as the safest choice for the 2020 Olympic Games over economically fragile Spain and Turkey, which would need billions in investment.
Europeans emigrating in record numbers to escape insanely high unemployment
New data shows that, since Ireland’s financial crisis began in 2008, 397,500 people have left the country.
What to do with 286 pounds of tomatoes
Some 20,000 people threw tomatoes at each other in this year's Tomatina festival in Bunol, Spain.
The recession goes splat: Spain’s tomato-throwing festival charges an entry fee (PHOTOS)
For the first time, the recession-hit town of Bunol charged visitors to throw tomatoes at each other at its annual Tomatina festival.
Between The Rock and a hard place
A recession-hit frontier town suffers from the dispute between Spain and Gibraltar.
Gibraltar: The Rock refuses to roll
As tensions mount, proudly British Gibraltarians are determined to resist Spanish pressure.
Spain's Francisco Franco, like you've never seen him before
Subversive art is helping expose just how far Spaniards are from reconciling with their past.
Green shoots show in Europe
The euro zone is finally out of recession, but hold the Champagne for now.
Spain's 47-story InTempo skyscraper built without elevator
InTempo was meant to be a striking symbol of prosperity amid the country's financial crisis.
Human trafficking ring busted in Spain
The Interior Ministry said that French and Spanish authorities arrested 75 people who smuggled Chinese citizens into Europe and the United States.