Tens of thousands of Spaniards and foreigners are to stage a defiant march against terror through Barcelona on Saturday following last week's deadly vehicle rampages.Full Story
Police said Thursday they had identified the remains of the last suspected member of a cell which carried out terror attacks in northeastern Spain.Full Story
Spanish police arrested Tuesday four men over their alleged links to suspects held in Belgium over their alleged involvement in the Brussels airport and metro attacks last year, officials said.Full Story
Spain's ruling conservatives on Saturday voted to keep Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy as their leader, after a wave of high-profile corruption scandals threatened to push the party out of power.Full Story
Spain's King Felipe VI is to meet Sunday with Saudi King Salman, local media said, during an official visit coinciding with talks to sell Spanish warships.Full Story
Spain's conservative leader Mariano Rajoy was sworn in Monday for a second term as prime minister, bringing a close to 10 months of political limbo.Full Story
One person died and 14 people were injured in an explosion in a block of flats in a Spanish seaside resort near Barcelona early Sunday, rescuers said.Full Story
Spain's acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said he would make a push for power after his conservatives won more seats in parliament in a repeat general election on Sunday, even though it still fell short of a majority.
His Popular Party (PP) was the big winner of the election, the second in six months, which played out amid the turbulence from Britain's shock vote to leave the European Union.Full Story
Spain's anti-austerity party Podemos and its allies could leapfrog the Socialists in this month's repeat general election to become the country's main opposition, three polls showed Sunday.
The surveys published in El Pais, El Mundo and El Espanol dailies showed acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's conservative Popular Party coming first, with 27.7-31 percent of the vote, way short of a parliamentary majority.Full Story
An unemployed man who drove a car loaded with a home-made bomb into the Madrid headquarters of Spain's ruling Popular Party (PP) has been sentenced to five years in jail, a court said Monday.
In December 2014, Daniel Perez Berlanga rammed a car with an explosive device made up of gas cylinders and fertilizer through the glass front of the building, reaching a staircase inside.Full Story