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FROM THE 2018 ARCHIVES: There is a lot of talk these days about parties that respect the Spanish Constitution versus those that allegedly do not. EL PAÍS prepared a quiz to see just how much people really know about the highest law of the land...
When attacking each other over corruption, Spain’s main parties, the PP and the PSOE, have used the so-called “Gürtel” and “ERE” cases as ammunition. But are the scandals similar? What sets them apart? Answers here:
By age 33, Sergio Romero had lost his sight, hearing, and movement of his lower body. But this did not dampen his spirits. Instead he and his carer decided to invent a new sign language to let people in the same situation "know that all is not lost”
Two members of La Manada, a group of men who were convicted of gang raping a young woman in Pamplona in 2016, will spend extra time in prison for filming the attack.
The construction of the so-called Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT), a pioneering 18-story tall €1.2 billion-scientific installation, has just taken a step closer to becoming a reality on the Spanish Canary Island of La Palma rather than in Hawaii
Conditions on the Spanish rescue ship ‘Open Arms’ continue to deteriorate with the migrants on board becoming increasingly desperate to reach shore. Spain has offered the vessel two ports but the NGO is insisting on docking in Italy, just 800 meters away