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.
Here's what people are protesting today (PHOTOS)
Protests simmer in Egypt and break out anew in Thailand.
Spain and Britain clash over Gibraltar
Old tensions heat up over the Rock.
Spanish pedophile pardoned in Morocco, Daniel Galvan Vina, arrested in Spain
Daniel Galvan Vina, a Spanish national who traveled to Morocco to sexually abuse children, has been arrested in Spain after a royal pardon — since revoked — allowed him to leave the north African kingdom.
Gibraltar border row: Spain acting like North Korea, minister says
Spain has increased checks and announced that it was considering new vehicle fees at its border with the British territory.
Spanish train driver ignored 3 warnings to slow down prior to deadly crash
Train conductor Francisco Jose Garzon Amo was on a phone call and speeding well above the limit before the derailment that killed 79.
Spain's PM Mariano Rajoy admits 'mistake' in corruption allegation
Rajoy admitted he made 'a mistake' in trusting a disgraced former treasurer but denied any personal wrongdoing in the corruption scandal.
Spain train driver on phone at time of crash, police say
The "black box" data recorder uncovered from last week's Spain train crash indicates the driver was on the phone at the time and going 95 mph.
Spain: Train driver Francisco Jose Garzon Amo charged with homicide
Francisco Jose Garzon Amo, the driver of the train that derailed in northwestern Spain, must appear before a court weekly and cannot leave Spain without permission.
Driver of derailed Spanish train refusing to talk to police: reports
Reports are emerging that Francisco Jose Garzon, 52, was ordered to slow down before the crash that killed 78 in north-west Spain.
Spain: Train driver Francisco Jose Garzon Amo detained by police
Francisco Jose Garzon Amo, the driver of the Spanish train that derailed outside Santiago de Compostela, has been detained by police amid allegations that the train was speeding when it crashed.
Train crash overshadows biggest day for Spain's Santiago de Compostela
A fatal derailment on Spain's modern high-speed railway has left the country searching for answers.
Royal Flush: monarchies may be better for your well-being
Although monarchies make up less than a quarter of the world's states, they represent half the top 30 countries in the United Nations index of global well-being.
Spain has a spring in its step as jobs grow
But more is needed to attain economic recovery.
Chatter: Spain's train tragedy
Dozens of people are left dead by a rail disaster in Spain, China charges its former disgraced darling, Bo Xilai, the US Congress is fine with the NSA surveilling everyone, and George H.W. Bush finds a good reason to go bald.
Dozens dead in Spain train derailment
A high-speed train ran off the tracks outside the northern Spanish city of Santiago de Compostela on Wednesday, killing at least 77 people, officials said.
Spain train derailment kills at least 80; 7 days mourning declared (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
A speeding train ran off the tracks outside the northern Spanish city of Santiago de Compostela, killing at least 80 passengers.
Spain: Recession easing, 2nd-quarter numbers show
Spain’s painful recession is easing, according to estimated second-quarter data announced by the Bank of Spain on Tuesday.
What we're protesting today
Anti-gay protesters in Haiti, Filipinos burning an effigy of President Aquino and Bulgarians really have staying power.
The crisis asking the Spanish Prime Minister to step down, explained
A new economic crisis has opposition party members calling for the Spanish Prime Minister to step down. Here's why.
What we're protesting today
George Zimmerman, the Bangladesh war crimes tribunal and bad working conditions in Taiwan, to name a few.
Spain's Pamplona bull run ends in stampede, 23 injured (VIDEO)
A stampede at the end of Saturday's penultimate running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain, left 23 people hospitalized as runners were crushed at the narrow entrance to the bullring.
London Broiling: Brits brace for what they call heat (PHOTOS)
The language of being hot is universal.